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The artist’s eye

1 - 14 December 2020
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The artist’s eye is a series of short form experimental moving image artworks by graduating students and researchers from VCA Art, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music at the University of Melbourne. Presented annually, this program offers an overview of the social and cultural context, as well as the emergent and diverse interests, that are shaping approaches to art practice, non-narrative and non-linear forms of contemporary moving image culture. Appearing on Buxton Contemporary’s large public screen, the program situates graduate artistic achievement beyond an academic framework, engaging Melbourne’s arts precinct, passers-by and wider communities.

2020 screen selectors: 
Melissa Keys
John Meade
Simone Slee

Christina May Carey, Touch the Skylight, 2020, HD video, 01:53, silent

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