Life After Wartime

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Description

Artist Statement
Life After Wartime is a suite of multimedia artworks by Kate Richards and Ross Gibson. Based on 3000 archival scene-of-crime images from Sydney and thousands of evocative texts by Gibson, each iteration within the suite uses various design and interaction techniques to engage its audience. The suite comprises: Crime Scene 1999-2000 Justice & Police Museum Sydney and touring; Darkness Loiters 2000 an interactive story engine; Life After Wartime CD-ROM 2003 exhibited nationally and internationally, for sale through the artists, funded by the Australian Film Commission. Life After Wartime live with The Necks Adelaide Fringe Festival 2001 and Sydney Opera House 2003 a live improvised event with world renowned jazz trio The Necks; Street XRays 2005 Gibson's re-photography installation at ACMI. Bystander 2007 a 5 channel interactive and immersive video installation at The Performance Space@CarriageWorks Sydney 2007.
Source of Artist Statement

Creator

Richards, Kate
Gibson, Ross

Date

1998-ongoing

Rights

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Genre

Multimedia

Platform

CD ROM/Live

Citation

Richards, Kate and Gibson, Ross, “Life After Wartime,” ADELTA, accessed October 20, 2018, http://adelta.westernsydney.edu.au/items/show/172.