Grots To The Show – Natalie Woodlock

Grots to the Show is a ten-minute video work that combines stop-motion animated narratives, drawings and video footage to create an evocative work that explores the pleasures and traumas.

An enchanted world of North Queensland childhood moments and family rituals, Grots to the Show is concerned with themes of family tension, gender roles and personal connection to place. Working alongside and setting the work, an emotive soundscape of ambient and found sounds and snatches of spoken narrative.


Revolutionising Anime: Production I.G's pursuit of ultra-realistic fantasy

Exhibition21 Jan – 12 Mar 2011

Revolutionising Anime: Production I.G’s pursuit of ultra-realistic fantasy

The exhibition will explore how characters and props are conceived and designed before the complex process of animation begins. Detailing the intricate…

JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters

Exhibition5 Jan – 9 Mar 2011

JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters

Astro Boy, Hello Kitty, Pokémon and Pocket Monsters – Welcome to the world of Japanese characters. The 60-year history of Japan since…

hayden Fowler, New World Order

Exhibition1 Jul – 20 Aug 2016

Light moves: contemporary Australian video art

Light moves presents projected and screen-based works by internationally recognised contemporary Australian artists which explore the body performing in a range of…