Documentation of a 4 channel version of The Visceral Garden exhibited at Performance Space, Carriage Works for the Pspace Switched On exhibition program and ISEA 2013.
Soundtrack: Heath Franco and Naomi Oliver
Collaborative performance with Naomi Oliver.
Cameras: John A Douglas, Heath Franco & Kristian Haggblom
Macro Videography: John A Douglas
Animation, Chroma key and editing: John A Douglas
Human organ specimens courtesy of The Museum of Human Disease, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW.
This project was funded by a Artist Initiated Residency grant in partnership with Performance Space.
HD 1080p video available as 4 channel sychronised video or single channel 1080p video.
Performers: John A Douglas & Naomi Oliver
Installation and Production Design: John A Douglas
Soundtrack: Naomi Oliver
Camera: Melanie Ryan
Video and Sound Editing: John A Douglas
Curated by John A Douglas for Free Fall, Thanks to Mark Gerber and Oxford Art Factory
Performers: John A Douglas, David Capra
Audio samples: Thomas Koner, Toru Takemitsu, Gyorgy Sviridov, Soviet space radio broadcasts, Stephan Mathieu, Debra Petrovich.
Cameras: John A Douglas, Melanie Ryan
Production Design, Lighting and Technical Support: Aaron Clarke, John A Douglas
Sound recordist: John A Douglas
Video and sound editing: John A Douglas
Curated by Bec Dean and commissioned by Performance Space, Carriageworks, NSW for ISEA 2013
Movement Coach and movement score development: Sue Healey.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.