The work of Australian artist Georgie Roxby Smith challenges the relationship between analog and digital systems, questions materiality and explores new possibilities of virtual reality software. In her recent Watermill Center residency, Smith collaborated with new media and theater
Jelina Haines was born in Manila, Philippines in 1970 and migrated to Australia in 1997,holds a Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management (Archival & Preservation Mgmt), a Bachelor of Arts (Interdisciplinary Visual Arts) and a Diploma in Community Cultural Development (Dip.CCD).
I have been a visual thinker since the day I was born. I knew what a typeface was before I knew the word 'typeface', and found myself looking at the Moire pattern (dots) on what I later came to find out was called 4 color or CMYK print. The graininess on photography intrigued me and I was strangel