Project Pixel – Melbourne Fringe Festival


Melbourne Fringe Festival

Project Pixel Second Edition

The second edition of Project Pixel will be held on the 27th of September 2014 at Goodtimes Studios as part of Melbourne Fringe Festival.

The exclusive event will be featuring audio-visual performances, short film screenings, workshops and artist presentations and much more at this eagerly anticipated exhibition at the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2014.

Please join the Project Pixel crew, as both light and sound resonate from the walls, while you are taken further and further into the depths of Project Pixel’s second edition and the diversity of the moving image.

Project Pixel is an artist lead AV symposium for networking, knowledge sharing and new thinking about the intersection between technology and the arts. It engages lovers of experimental new media arts through a program of live performances, workshops, VJ sets, conferences, artist presentations and installations, and also creates exposure for emerging and already established artists.

Project Pixel showcases Australian talent working at the forefront of this field by providing a platform to connect artists and audiences together, transcending boundaries through open participation and public programs. Held as a part of Melbourne Fringe Festival, it creates a space for information exchange, innovation and playful experimentation.

Audio-visual competition with performances by the following artists
Kit Webster
Richard De Souza
Olaf Meyer
Krystal Schultheiss (VJ KS)
Rose Staff

Jury Panel
Nicky Pastore – Gertrude Street Projection Festival
Pierre Proske – Melbourne Media Lab
George Hedon – Pause Festival

Artist Talks
Rose Staff – Presentation on Practice
Kortex software presentation by Joshua Batty

After Effects workshop by Liam Carlin
Resolume Intro Workshop by VJ KS

The Event Space

The Goodtime Studios event space is a large and versatile, multi-purpose platform with an underground inner city location. It is a conceptual space which promotes and supports a dynamic range of cultural activities with easy access by public transport – Trams 1 & 8 stopping close by

Since its inception in 2010, Goodtime Studios space has been used for film shoots, photography, live performances, exhibitions, film screenings.

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Good Time Studio
746 Swanston St Carlton VIC 3053

This edition of Project Pixel was produced by Rose Staff and Krystal Schultheiss