David Haines’ and Joyce Hinterding’s solo show is a comprehensive survey of their multisensory artistic practices, featuring collaborative projects and solo works by both artists.

The artists have been working together for over fifteen years. Using a wide range of media and custom-built devices, they engage in an artistic dialogue with science. Aesthetic and philosophical concerns are equally important to their practice. They are captivated by the unseen energies that surround us – including very low frequency (VLF) radio waves, television signals, paranormal events, satellite transmissions and psychic forces – and seek to reveal them to audiences through work that draws upon aspects of science, the occult and philosophy.

The exhibition spans experimental, digital, electronic and traditional media and brings together: interactive cinema, installation, sound, video, sculpture, aroma, photography and drawing.

When

  • Today - Sunday 29 October
  • (Venue closed Mondays)

More info

This event is organised by Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Price

  • Free

Where

PICA

Perth Cultural Centre, 51 James Street, Perth WA 6000

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