1. 99 Problems [WASTED], GTAVintervention, 04:45 (continuous loop) 2014 is the third installation in a series by artist Georgie Roxby Smith exploring violence and gender in video games - full text shortly. Please note this video is shown here in low quality as a sample only. georgieroxbysmith.com

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  2. Georgie Roxby Smith

    Peacekeeper [War Games]
    YouTube video collage of kids role-playing Call of Duty Multiplayer IRL (in real life), 2013

    Peacekeeper [You Have Your Orders]
    Used US Army Jacket in UCP Digital camo, LED name badge scrolling COD commands, top three songs listened to by soldiers before and on missions in Iraq, Call of Duty battle sound effects, sound bytes from research interviews with Iraq War veterans, 2013

    Peacekeeper [Love is a Losing Game]
    Call of Duty Game Intervention, PS3, 2013

    Georgie Roxby Smith’s new body of work, Peacekeeper (the title of which is taken from the latest gun available in the multiplayer game Call of Duty) explores the juxtaposition between reality and play and hyper masculinity and violence in virtual gaming and physical combat spaces through game interventions, installation, sound bytes and video collage.

    Victorian College of the Arts, 2011
    Master of Fine Art – Identity, Performance and Role Play in Virtual Worlds
    georgieroxbysmith.ning.com

    Georgie Roxby Smith is an Australian visual artist working across a range of disciplines exploring new pathways between virtual and physical worlds. Employing a variety of tools - including 3D graphics, live performance, shared virtual ad gaming spaces, installation and projection - these works explore the increasingly blurred border between materiality, reality, virtuality and fantasy in contemporary culture.

    Georgie developed her multi disciplinary work ‘Reality Bytes’ at The Watermill Center Spring Residency Program selected by an international selection committee of cultural leaders consisting of Marina Abramović, John Rockwell, Alanna Heiss, Nike Wagner, Marie Claude Beaud and Robert Wilson. More recently Georgie took part in Art in Odd Places, New York, where her work was featured in Time Out NY, Prospectives.12 International Festival of Digital Art in Nevada and Self Help at Rawson Projects Brooklyn, curated by Jocelyn Miller.

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  3. Peacekeeper [Love is a Losing Game] Georgie Roxby Smith
    Call of Duty Game Intervention

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  4. Georgie Roxby Smith’s new body of work, Peacekeeper (the title of which is taken from the latest gun available in the multiplayer game Call of Duty) explores the juxtaposition between reality and play and hyper masculinity and violence in virtual gaming and physical combat spaces through game interventions, installation, sound bytes and video collage.

    Georgie Roxby Smith is an Australian visual artist working across a range of disciplines exploring new pathways between virtual and physical worlds. Employing a variety of tools - including 3D graphics, live performance, shared virtual ad gaming spaces, installation and projection - these works explore the increasingly blurred border between materiality, reality, virtuality and fantasy in contemporary culture.

    Peacekeeper [War Games]
    YouTube video collage of kids role-playing Call of Duty Multiplayer IRL (in real life), 2013

    Georgie developed her multi disciplinary work ‘Reality Bytes’ at The Watermill Center Spring Residency Program selected by an international selection committee of cultural leaders consisting of Marina Abramović, John Rockwell, Alanna Heiss, Nike Wagner, Marie Claude Beaud and Robert Wilson. More recently Georgie took part in Art in Odd Places, New York, where her work was featured in Time Out NY, Prospectives.12 International Festival of Digital Art in Nevada and Self Help at Rawson Projects Brooklyn, curated by Jocelyn Miller of MoMA PS1.

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  5. The first instalment of Georgie Roxby Smith's new body of work - Peacekeeper [hello_I_love_you] - June 2013
    Live game intervention machinima.

    Exploring the dissociation of gun violence and the atrocities of war through the safety of "the screen" and the paradigm of "the game", Peacekeeper (borrowing the name of the latest available firearm on Call of Duty Black Ops MMO) is a playful intervention with dark connotations. Peacekeeper plays on the "seriousness of play" from fellow online players and historical records of enemies befriending each during lulls in conflict in WWI & II before heading back to their trenches the next day. After all, we are all living feeling, human beings, despite the horrors inflicted by real life wars or the less important but still evidential abuse inflicted - safely behind our screens & in the privacy of our homes - to each other via online game mics, instant messages and the competitive virtual violence against our avatars . Hello … I love you…peace out… :-)

    Part of a body of work to be released at NOW13:New Media Art Now in June 2013, consisting of machinima, sculpture and digital prints.

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georgieroxbysmith.ning.com
Georgie Roxby Smith is an Australian visual artist working across a range of disciplines exploring new pathways between virtual and physical worlds. Employing a variety of tools - including 3D graphics, live performance, shared virtual ad gaming spaces, installation and projection - these works explore the increasingly blurred border between materiality, reality, virtuality and fantasy in contemporary culture.

Georgie developed her multi disciplinary work ‘Reality Bytes’ at The Watermill Center Spring Residency Program selected by an international selection committee of cultural leaders consisting of Marina Abramović, John Rockwell, Alanna Heiss, Nike Wagner, Marie Claude Beaud and Robert Wilson. More recently Georgie took part in Art in Odd Places, New York, where her work was featured in Time Out NY, Prospectives.12 International Festival of Digital Art in Nevada and Self Help at Rawson Projects Brooklyn, curated by Jocelyn Miller.

In June 2013 Georgie curated NOW13 - New Media Art Now in Melbourne Australia

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