Alpha Zupa

As part of a telematic performance workshop with at performance space, our group had to create an idea where we used streaming video. We connected two cameras over a network and created a restaurant where you ordered through drawing. The images were sent to the kitchen and the meal was cooked up and served as […]

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XYRay 2.0

XYRay 2.0 was an live art piece that grew out of an installation at the Centre of Contemporary Photography Sydney. The work explored the notion that at our core we are just bones and that gender is irrelevant and anonymous.  It was part of an online culture and identity exhibition and originally guided people through […]

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Squiggle 2.0

Squiggle 2.0 is a multi user VJing (Video Jockey) app for creating rich audio and visual performances and live art. It allows people with a smartphone to control graphics and sound on a projector and sound system. The images and sounds are created by local artists and performed by local dancers and audience participants to […]

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About

Shanghai based Australian artist Rhys Turner mixes art and technology in hope to enlighten through the viewer/user/author experience of his art. Completing a Masters of Visual Arts at Sydney College of the Arts in Media Arts in 2005 and winning an Australian Postgraduate Award for the degree, Turner has been interested in interactive and new […]

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TedX Sydney The Importance of Kinections

The Importance of Kinections was a collaboration between Turner and Sapient Razorfish. The work explored how differently people behave in a public space during a tedX event. The video was recorded using a Kinect in the morning and edited within and hour and presented as a bumper video between talks.  The bumper video was for TedX […]

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