Analogue Art in a Digital World – Exhibition Resource Kit
27 November, 2018
The Analogue Art in a Digital World (7 December – 19 January 2019) exhibition resource kit is now available. The material in this resource is designed to provide a deeper understanding of the exhibition, and is to be used in conjunction with other resources generated by RMIT Gallery – the exhibition catalogue, didactic labels, artworks, videos, podcasts and virtual tour.
The kit includes detail on exhibition themes, curators’ statement and essays, as well as a glossary of technical terms and ‘Five Questions With…’ participating artists about their studio practice and use of digital technology in their analogue artwork.
About the exhibition
Analogue art in a Digital World presents a survey of contemporary artists who use the analogue practices of painting and drawing to create artworks that engage with or are influenced by digital visual culture.
The exhibition explores how artists are finding new content in digital media and how technology has altered the nature of analogue art practices.
Language shapes the way we think, and the dominant visual medium influences the way we see the world. Many contemporary artists use digital technology in the process of creating artworks. Digital photography, Photoshop, and Google images are standard tools for painters. The sketch book has been replaced by a desktop folder.
Analogue Art in a Digital World is a valuable exhibition for VCE Studio Arts students. To make a booking for a free guided tour please contact RMIT Gallery on (03) 9925 1717. Guided tours are being taken from Monday 10 December to Friday 21 December.
Analogue Art in a Digital World is on until 19 January 2019.
Image: (detail) Juan Ford, Rocket Surgery 2010 oil on linen 76 x 61 cm The Seldon Robinson Collection, Melbourne.