• Frances Stark, My best thing, 2011, single-channel SD video, colour, sound, duration: 99 minutes. © Courtesy the artist, Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles; greengrassi, London; Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne; and Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York

  • Thursday talks: My best thing

    Thursday 30 May 2013, 1.00- 1.30pm
    Professor Norie Neumark

    An informal series of insightful presentations by creative thinkers in response to the Australian premiere of two distinct film works, Frances Stark: My best thing and Joachim Koester:Tarantism.

    The last talk in the series is presented by Professor Norie Neumark, chair of La Trobe University's Cinema and Media Studies Program.

    Norie Neumark is a sound/media artist and theorist. Her media art work, including installation, internet, and CD-ROM, has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Norie was previously founding director of the Centre for Media Arts Innovation (CMAI) at UTS and remains a member of the centre. She is the director of the Centre for Creative Arts at La Trobe.

    Norie Neumark's radiophonic works have been broadcast by the ABC and by New American Radio and the Performing Arts. Her research interests include sound and voice, curating media art, media art aesthetics, interdisciplinary and cross-media art, and performing public spaces.

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