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Move Me: Aviva

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Arts Laureate Shona McCullagh's digital interactive art work features in an exhibition, Move Me, cur

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Arts Laureate Shona McCullagh's digital interactive art work features in an exhibition, Move Me, curated by Steven Ball at Webb's Gallery until May 2.

Arts Laureate Shona McCullagh's digital interactive art work features in an exhibition, Move Me, curated by Steven Ball at Webb's Gallery until May 2.

Aviva is a real-time art work that is a digital mirror of transformation. It is a kinaesthetic listening post, a framed work that sees the viewer and responds with beautiful visuals and sound, inspired and driven by its audience. The work is designed to inspire, invite and reward participation from its audience, of all ages.

Move Me explores the many ways in which artists approach making artworks in moving image.

The exhibition includes a selection of New Zealand’s most dynamic artists working in moving image including  James Charlton, Judy Darragh, Lonnie Hutchinson, Leilani Kake, Shigeyuki Kihara, Janet Lilo, Ryuzo Nishida, Reuben Paterson, Nova Paul, James Pinker, Lisa Reihana and Tracey Tawhiao.

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Shona McCullagh

26 Apr 2009

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