ResourceLandscape and Computer-Generated Imagery

Kyle Weise, Baden Pailthorpe and Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox

Landscape and Computer-Generated Imagery

Panel Discussion and Screening

14 November 2019

In conjunction with the exhibition Topographic Resolutions II at local artist-run initiative Kuiper Projects, the IMA and Kuiper presented a panel discussion and screening that considered the relationship between landscape and computer-generated imagery, both in contemporary art and wider culture.

Curator Kyle Weise and artists Baden Pailthorpe and Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox discuss their relationships to digital depictions of landscape and its entanglement with militarism, a theme also found across the late filmmaker Harun Farocki’s practice.

The discussion was followed by a screening of one of Farocki’s final films, Parallel I-IV (2012-14, 45 mins) which incorporates found footage including that from video games The Legend of Zelda and Grand Theft Auto V to comment on the genre of computer animation and the history of style in computer graphics.

The IMA acknowledges, thanks, and pays our deepest respect to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people that we work with and the Country we work on.