Artist In Residence Screening (FREE!)
Dan Monceaux and Emma Sterling, Australia
Dan and Emma will be showing sequences from their current
project Supermarket. An experimental dose of original electronic
music and imagery, delivered with equal emphasis. Breakbeats of varying
tempo ranging from dub and glitch through to dancehall and drum n' bass
are met with video, animated and celluloid imagery ranging from the abstract
to sampled and remixed.
South Australian Dan Monceaux is a freelance artist who
at the age of 26 has worked in a broad range of media and is founder of
Danimations. He works as a photographer, illustrator, writer, composer
and actor. Some of his works explore art that are grounded in reality,
and others that explore the formal relationships of sound and moving image.
Dan’s script-writing and animation work on ‘Karaoke Nomad
Squad’ won Best Animation and Best Original Screenplay in the 2004
South Australian Zoom Awards, produced in partnership with Adelaide based
group, the People’s Republic of Animation. This work was followed
by a short animation ‘Coastal Crisis,’ which won him a Special
Commendation in the EcoTVC awards.
Emma Sterling is an accomplished artist, photographer, editor
and experimental and documentary filmmaker. Emma has exhibited photographic
work in thirteen group exhibitions, including short films in numerous
exhibitions during SALA Festival in August 2006 and 2007. She has enjoyed
working as a part of a team on various short films in different crew roles,
as well as autonomously within her solo work.
Their 16 minute experimental documentary short ‘A
Shift in Perception’, shot entirely on Super8 film won the Lodestar
Award at last year’s festival.
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