Vasulka Lab part 2 focuses on the Vasulkas' large scale installation work, developed since the late 1970's, which explores the interfaces between human and automated space.
Featuringthe installations Theatre of hybrid Automata and Allvision
Exhibition open: 13 April - 6 May 2006, Wed-Sat, 12 - 5.30pm
For venue and transport details visit the contact page
The Vasulkas will be joined by artist and writer Dr. Chris Meigh-Andrews to discuss key ideas behind their work.
13 April 2006, 2.30pm. Free
Places are limited so booking is advised, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 766 7876
This hands-on practical workshop will explore process and interactivity - an ideal opportunity for media artists to collaborate with the Vasulkas.
14 April 2006, 11 - 5pm. Cost £10
If you missed the first half of Vasulka Lab there will be a documentary video on show in VIVID's resource room which includes footage from the video work shown in part 1.
Audience comments from part 1 include:
“Very inspiring work – a whole history of garden shed technology uncovered”
“Mesmerising, beautiful and provocative. Proud to be viewing such exciting pieces of visual art. Raw and electric” “Very beautifully curated, lots of breathing space for the work – and so rarely seen!”