Archive for Hobart

Masterclass at Koonya, Tas

Craig has just completed a four night masterclass at Koonya, on the beautiful Tasman Peninsula. Eight emerging artists were selected for this intensive workshop exploring digital video projection in outdoor environments. Participants were Aden Narkowicz, Claire Krouzecky, Darren Cook, Jen Brown,  Jennifer Dickens, Laura Hindmarsh, Matt Daniels and Raef Sawford. Martin Walch, Associate Lecturer from the Tasmanian School of Art also attended.

The images below are a glimpse of the work they did.

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Our sincere thanks to Elizabeth Walsh, Mary Pridmore and the team at Ten Days, Martin Walch, CAST Gallery, Annemarie Kohn and Steve Thomasson for making the masterclass a great success.


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Public Lecture at UTAS

Craig gave a lecture on the Digital Odyssey project last week to a packed house at the University of Tasmania School of Art as part of Art Forum.

He’ll also be giving a schools talk for secondary level digital media students later this month. 

Click on the Ten Days link for more details

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Installation in Hobart

The projector housing has been installed at Franklin Square for Craig’s new work Intension.

Take a look at how it was done!

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Hobart residency has begun


Panorama stitched together to help Craig plan his new work

The Digital Odyssey hub has been set up in its new home on Macquarie Street in the Hobart CBD. Craig is busy planning and setting up two works that will become part of the Ten Days on the Island festival. 

Classification Pending 

will be projected into the water at Elizabeth Street Pier. Audiences will see mythical life forms move and mutate.


is a new site specific work that will be projected in Franklin Square on and around the statue of Governor Franklin. It references the contributions of Sir John and Lady Jane Franklin and their relationship to Tasmania.

Head down and see the works from dusk on 10th March!

They will be on display each evening until 3rd April.

For more info:



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Digital Odyssey headed for Hobart in early 2011

Yesterday Ten Days on the Island and Hobart City Council officially announced at a formal event, their partnership to bring Digital Odyssey to Hobart next year as part of Ten Days on the Island, Tasmania’s premier cultural event. This is an excellent outcome for Digital Odyssey, and a fantastic addition to the Ten Days program in the beautiful city of Hobart.

Craig will be in residency in Hobart from 28 February – 3 April 2011, working with the local community and presenting public programs and projection artworks responsive to the town and its stories.

Congratulations to Ten Days and the Hobart City Council on yesterday’s announcement and launch – the MCA looks forward to working with our partners in Tasmania on Digital Odyssey early next year!

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