de GRUCHY CV
for the official opening of ACCA (Ngargee Centre), 2002, Melbourne.
Business Arts Partnership Awards, 2002, Melbourne.
of Light civic
projection, Glass studio, Cube 37, Frankston Performing
Transformed - Melbourne Town Hall-
public projection event.
Concept, art direction and art production
with sound production by Chris Knowles and Dan Witton.
Six 7K PiGi scrolling projectors, video projection
media installation, Remenence exhibition, curator
Old Magistrates Court and City Lock-up, Melbourne
Installation for Nightclub, Australian
Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and
Chunky Move at Revolver nightclub, Fringe,
Defying Gravity Gravity's Room
, installation/projection, Linden Art Gallery, St Kilda, Melbourne.1996
Exhibition/Projection: High powered projectors
transform the Royal Exhibition Building into a night time
architectural theatre. Commissioned for the
5th Contemporary Art Fair, Melbourne. 1995
2 Projecting Space
installation, Centre for Contemporary Photography,Melbourne
Projection subversive billboard,
Swanston Street Walk, Experimenta '94.
multi-image programmed slide mural, Australian National Gallery,
installation - Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA),
Library of Victoria projection
as part of "fin de siecle?" opening, RMIT and the
Melbourne International Festival of the Arts.
Adelaide Festival Projections outdoor projections on the
Adelaide Festival Centre building and
interior projections for the Fezbar, Adelaide
performance at The Kitchen, New York. a multi-image slide/sound
projection environment, Mazzo club, Amsterdam.
= Mass projection/
performance, Pyramid Club, New York.
Vision slide projection
event, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide.
Slide Show ambient
projection, Australian Centre for Photography,
PERFORMANCE FOR PROJECTION - SELECTED
Morning Star Concert with David Bridie, West
Papua Benefit, VAC Concert Hall, Melbourne.
Meets Banjo by
Orange Festival, Orange Civic Theatre, Orange.
Merlyn Theatre, CUB Malthouse, Melbourne 2001
and Cremourne Theatre, QPAC, Brisbane, 2002.
Stars in My Hand by
Tim Conigraph, directed by David Bell, Playbox, CUB Malthouse,
production, Greenmill Project, dance and technology. Merlyn
CUB Malthouse, Melbourne. Greenroom Award
nomination, dance/ design.
Don Leaves Linda
Robert Ashley, directed by Douglas Horton,
Chamber Made Opera Melbourne International
Festival of the Arts.
of Shadow directed
by Peter King, ACTA, produced by Technisearch, RMIT.
Performed at 15th floor, Tivoli Building,
directed Peter King, Going Through Stages and Peter King, Theatreworks,
Lives, Private Space
with Danceworks public performance, Victorian Arts Centre and
Victoria. Melbourne International Festival
of the Arts.
Chris Barnett, Universal Theatre, Melbourne.
My Father Belonged To The FBI But I Was A
Soviet Spy by
David Zonzinsky, The Kitchen, New York.
For a Dancer by
Jeanie Lewis, directed by Louis Nowra, Adelaide Festival.
Keith Gallash, Troupe Theatre, Adelaide
OTHER SOLO AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS- SELECTED
Edition solo exhibition,
inkjet prints , Marios Cafe. Brunswick Street, Melbourne.
exhibition, curator Leigh Hobba, Plimsoll Gallery, University
of Tasmania, Hobart. Love
exhibition, curator Suzie Attiwell, Craft Victoria, Melbourne.
of the Analogue group
exhibition, curator Leigh Hobba, Plimsoll Gallery, University
of Tasmania, Hobart.
Just Any Pretty Picture
group show. Political
Art Documentation/Distribitution, P.S. 122, New York.
show in the advertising spaces of the IRT subway trains, Group
Material, New York.
group show, Art Gallery of South Australia.
Wall Series solo
show, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney.
show, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide.
Book Show travelling
group show, Australia and the United States, organized by the
Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide and
Franklin Furnace, New York.
18 - Recent Art in South Australia
group show, Art Gallery of New SouthWales, Sydney.
Details solo show / installation,
Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide.
Business Arts Foundation, projections
for AbaF Arts Partnerships Awards events.
Technology Park, Sydney, 2001 and Flemington Grandstand, Melbourne,
Australasian College of Surgeons, Annual Scientific Congress. Body Image a
presentation for opening event. Batman Theatre, World Congress
International Astronautical Congress . Created
and presented Pixelated Worlds a large screen
presentation for opening event. The project
incorporated digitally edited video projection
multi-image slide projection onto a specially designed 14 x
6 meter modular screen.
Theatre, World Congress Centre, Melbourne.
Media Arts Fund Launch guest
artist, presented curved space
and produced a multi-media environment for the launch.
Redman Barry Room, Collins Street, Melbourne.
Works '96 and the 8th Australasian Remote Sensing Conference opening
Worlds. Royal Theatre, National
Convention Centre Canberra.
Sing Sing Papua
New Guinea, Torres Straight Islander, and Australian music,
and visual art culture. Concept and musical direction David
Bridie and George Telek.
for concert set onto specially designed scrims. Concert Hall,
Victorian Arts Centre,
and State Theatre, Sydney.
projections on the back of the Palais Theatre for the St Kilda
Artists invited to collaborate include: Aleks Danko, Marie Sierra,
Fereday, Alex Selenitsch and Berni Jannsen.
Kruger - produced major projection
installation POWER, PLEASURE,
prepared architectural spaces. Museum of Modern Art at
Heide for the Melbourne Festival,
1996; Deitch Projects, New York,1997; MOCA,
Los Angeles, 1999; The Whitney, New York, 2000;
South London Gallery, London, 2001; Daros
Collection, Zurich 2001, 2002 and currently at
Palazzo delle Papasse, Siena, Italy, 2002.
for No Hope, No Reason at
Deutcher Brunswick Street. Melbourne
Walton Eating Earth from Home at ACCA, Melbourne.
Wodiczko assisted with
and produced many of his public projections in Australia,
North America and Europe, including his projections
for the Sydney Biennale 1982,
AT&T Building projection, New York 1984,
The Venice Projections, Venice Biennale1986
and Exit Art, New York 1989.
Gap Between installation,
The Kitchen. New York.
Hobba. a collaborative
multi-media performance/installation M.I.X for
the Adelaide Festival.
Art Gallery of South Australia.
a sound collage/performance, La Trobe University Sculpture Show,
Melbourne and Experimental Art Foundation,
AWARDS AND GRANTS
Development Grant, New Media Arts Fund, Australia
Victoria grant, through
the Centre for Contemporary Photography.
Development Grant, Visual Art/Craft Board, Australia
Bequest, Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Visual Arts Board, Australia Council.
Projects Grant, Visual Arts Board, Australia Council.
Ten Young Artists Award.
Fine Art (Sculpture) South
Australian School of Art.
of Arts Department
of Architecture and Design, Faculty of the Constructed Environment,
TEACHING/LECTURING AND OTHER RELATED EXPERIENCE
Lecturer: Communications course
Projection as Medium, Department of Architecture and
Faculty of the Constructed Environment, RMIT.
presenter: Public Art Seminar, City
of Port Phillip and Victorian College of Art
Guest presenter:.Projection Workshop:
Terrapin Puppet Theatre, Hobart
Lecturer: New Media Arts / Photography,
Department of Arts, Visual Art,
Swinburne University of Technology 1996/97
Studios, lower pool, Department of Architecture and Design,
of Design, Swinburne University of Technology. Melbourne;
Victoria College of the Arts, Melbourne; Canberra
Art School; Faculty of Art and Design,
RMIT, Melbourne; Faculty of Architecture,
Melbourne University; Art School, Deakin University, Warnambool.
presenter: Dance and Technology
Forums, Green Mill Dance Project. Malthouse, Melbourne;
Projections" forums, 5th Australian Contemporary Art Fair,
by Andrew Mackenzie, Broadsheet, vol 32 no 2, 2003.
By Andrew Mackenzie, Architectural Review 83, 2003.
Light Play with Critical Projections by Siobhan McNabb, Switch Magazine, issue 5, 2002.
Frankston Art Centre Review 2000-2001, cover image, Speed of Light installation, glass studio, Cube 37.
Stephen Varaday interview with John Andrews, (inside)
interior review, No 20.
Image projecting space installation, Centre for Contemporary Photography, pp 063.
The appeal of the Temporal article
Richard Holt, features Transformed,
Artlink vol 20#4 Sculpture and Cities pp
59 - 61
I an de Gruchy's
Magic Screens and Digital Projections, cover and feature article by Anne Marsh,
visual arts. No 43, Spring 2000. with b/w and colour photo
documentation pp 28 - 32
Light review by John Andrews
(inside) interior review special edition,
review. colour plates, pps 116 - 121
Painting the town
1/2 page colour photograph,Town Hall Transformed,
The Age, Melbourne,
show that lights the way, feature and photograph, Town Hall
Transformed, The Age, Melbourne, Arts Today 3, December 21.
Light on the Subject feature
article by Suzanne Brown The Age,
Melbourne, Today 3, November 5, 1999.
Projection as Medium
article with documentation images, Interior Cities pp 216 to 219 edited by Ross McLeod,
published by Department of Architecture and
The Enduring Moment by
Catherine Murphy, Artlink, Going Public issue Vol 18 #2 July
pps 23/ 25
a completely different experience...,
review of Defying Gravity installation
by Freda Freiberg,
Metro Arts, The Age, Melbourne, May 7, 1997.
A show full
review of Defying Gravity installation by Anne
Marsh, The Herald Sun,
Arts and Entertainment, Melbourne, May 3,1997.
Exhibition / Projection cover of November 1996 Edition of Art Monthly, Australia.
In search of continuity a
curated article by Linda Sprool, photographs,
Artlink Arts in the Electronic Landscape
issue Vol 16 Nos 2 &3 pps 63 &65
with images review of Camera 2 : Projecting Space at
Centre for Contemporary Photography by Anne Marsh,
The Herald Sun, Arts and Entertainment, Melbourne, October 3, 1995.
Projection artist at work, The
Courier-Mail, Brisbane, June 1, 1995.
the Wall, review of City Wall projection,
a 'public' projection, Swanston Street Walk by Anne Marsh,
The Herald Sun, Arts and Entertainment, Melbourne,
November 29, 1994.
The City Screen
Monument, Sydney,vol. 1 no. 2, 1994, pp. 64-65.
Public projections on Federation Enterprises
Building. Photograph and artist's statement.
City Screens review by Robert
Schubert, photograph. Art and Text , Sydney,
no. 47, Jan. 1994, pp. 79-80.
photo, Art and Australia, Fine
Art Press, Sydney, vol. 31 no. 7, 1993, p. 95.
essay by Peter King, photographs of projections for Peter King's
The Interior, RMIT, Melbourne, vol.1
nos. 5+6, 1992-1993, p. 52.
No Hope No Reason reference to slide installation for Jude
Walton's performance piece. Photograph,
Body and Self, Performance Art in Australia
University Press, Australia, 1993, p. 205-206.
Hi-Tech and the
Sixties Revisited review by Roger Palmer, Camera Installation.
The Melburnian, Melbourne, June 1993,
No Hope No Reason
review Jackie Dunn and installation photographs.
Writings on Dance Victoria,
winter 1992, p44-57
Earth from Home
photographs and review ---by Jackie Dunn.
Slide installation for Jude Walton's performance
Eating Earth from Home.
Eyeline, East-Coast Contemporary Visual Arts,
Brisbane no. 20 1992, p. 39
features Through the Centre
and No Hope No Reason. Interview
by Andrew Stacey,
RMIT, Melbourne, Vol. 1 no. 2, Nov. 1991, pp. 11-12
No Hope No Reason review by Jackie Dunn, Photographs
of slide installation for Jude Walton performance
No Hope No Reason. Eyeline, East
Coast Contemporary Visual Arts, Queensland Art Workers' Alliance,
Brisbane, no. 17, 1991, pp. 32 and 33.
photograph/feature, The Age Good Weekend, Sydney, November 17, 90, p.6.
Enough is Enough review of Sound Performance Installation Video and Slides night-The EAF. Adelaide.
Commentary by Stephanie Britton on South Australian
art. Adelaide Commentary,
Australian and International ART Monthly,
Fine Arts Press, Sydney, no 3, August 1987, pp. 12-14.
and Satellites illustrations for Communications Australia, November pp. 16+36, Sydney 1982,.
Frame of Reference catalogue, George
Paton Gallery, Melbourne University, 1981-1982, pp. 12-13.
Photographs and artist's statement.
cover featuring projections
for Keith Gallasch's play Suburban Mysteries.
Artlink vol. 1 no. 5, November 1981.
Adelaide Wall series
Sydney College of the Arts, 1981, pp. 96-97.
Sound Sculpture artists book for
exhibition Sound Sculpture, Adelaide Festival Centre
Leigh Hobba with Ian de Gruchy, Jim Barbour
and Jenny Snodgrass. Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide,
Leigh Hobba and Ian de Gruchy for the Latrobe University Sculpture
June/July 1978. Self published.
Blocks artist's book by Ian
de Gruchy, 11-25 July 1976 for Details installation,
The Experimental Art Foundation. Self published.