Exhibition:Alchemy – Sydney College of the Arts Gallery- 11 – 27 July 2012.
“Hunter” brings into conjunctions moving images and textual narrative. The content and thematic dimensions of the soundtrack and catalog text were developed subsequent and in response to the film. This set up enabled one work to imply and produce others, which in turn altered the film’s space of reception and thematic focus. The collaboration was built out of implications drawn out of the film – its veiled subjects, setting, framing, editing, grain, temporality, chromatic intensity and ambiance. The adaptation of a tale by the13th Century poet Rumi, which forms the soundtrack, led to a textual meditation on the motif of the `language of the birds,’ enabling exchange between the human and the angelic. Aesthetic, semantic and ethical registers were thus brought into productive alignment, leading to an assemblage of emergent sense that eclipses the work’s component parts. A Mireille Eid & Michael Tawa Collaboration.
Exhibitions – Photomedia Installation –
Conny Dietzschold – Multiple Box, Sydney 16 July – 16 August 2006 and Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery – 14 July – 15 September 2005.
William & Winnifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Gallery of Art, 25 August – 17 November 2006.
Exhibition and Performance – 29 October – 16 November 2003
Sculpture by the Sea -
groundfloorgallery27 August – 10 September 2003
[R][R][F] 2004—>XP – [Remembering-Repressing-Forgetting] – Basics Festival Salzburg/Austria 8-16 May 2004
PEAM 2004 – Electronic Art Meeting Pescara/Italy 19-23 May 2004
18 October – 2 November 2002 – groundfloorgallery 39 Cameron Street, Balmain, Sydney, NSW 2041
15 January- 10 February 2003 – Sydney College of the Arts - Rozelle, Sydney, NSW 2041
5 September – 18 November 2003 – Multiple Box - Waterloo, Sydney, NSW
December 2001 -Sydney College of the Arts - Rozelle, Sydney, NSW 2041
Mireille Eid is an artist, a writer and a poet. She has been publishing, exhibiting and performing her works in Australia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. She has a PhD in Contemporary Arts (University of Western Sydney, 2008). She is Adjunct Lecturer at Sydney College of the Arts, the Visual Arts Faculty of the University of Sydney.
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