ART AFTER DARK: Centre for Projection Art presents Confluence for Gertrude Street Projection Festival

Tully Arnot - Epiphytes

2023 Satellite program 

27 July – 6 August, 4.30pm – 7.00pm 

Bunjil Place Outdoor Screen 

The Gertrude Street Projection Festival is Australia’s longest standing outdoor urban festival celebrating projection art. Established in 2008, GSPF has exhibited some of Australia’s most respected artist and delivered festival programming that delights the local community and arts audiences alike.   

As part of our Art After Dark series, Bunjil Place are proud to partner with the Centre for Projection Art as a satellite site for GSPF 2023 – Confluence. With projections by the Centre for Projection Art’s 11 artists-in-residence that invigorate our senses through the merging strands of history, technology, experience, materials, politics and emotions. Project your subjectivity and reflect with us on our collective worlds, a confluence of interlacing sensations.   

Artists: James Henry, Juan David Rodriguez Sandoval, Leitu Bonnici, Lilah Benetti, Melody Woodnutt, Tahlia Palmer, Alana Hunt, Henry Lai-Pyne, Sarah Aitkin, Tully Arnot, Naina Sen, The ElectroPoetics (Bixiao Zhang), Nick Tsekouras and Zeth Cameron. 

For more information:  @centreforprojectionart  

Free, no bookings required.  

Header image: Tully Arnot, Epiphytes, image courtesy of the artist, 2023 

Alana Hunt - To Greener Pastures
Alana Hunt, To Greener Pastures, image courtesy of the artist, 2023
Juan David Rodriguez Sandoval
Juan David Rodriguez Sandoval, De la tierra que me vió nacer a la tierras que me vieron crecer y el cielo que me cubre, image courtesy of the artist, 2023
Melody Woodnutt - Death Shroud
Melody Woodnutt, Death shroud, image courtesy of the artist, 2023
Sarah Aitkin - The Zoom Out (Make Your Life Count)
Sarah Aitkin, The Zoom Out (Make Your Life Count), image courtesy of the artist, 2023
The ElectroPoetics - Emlivening Decay
The ElectroPoetics, Enlivening Decay, image courtesy of the artist, 2023