| Move 2012 is a 4:30 video installation.||
It premiers at SPLORE 2012, nestled into a native bush enclave, with the sea and
stars providing an exquisite backdrop. It is back projected on a 4m x 3m screen
by an HD projector and strategically positioned hi-fi speakers maximise the soundscape,
drawing the audience into the work.
THE SENSE COLLECTIVE is a Trans-Tasman Media Arts Group
formed in 2009. They are five acclaimed arts practitioners working
collaboratively with video, sound, motion graphics and performance.
The relationships within The Sense Collective run deeper than
being purely artistic colleagues; the connections are close friendships,
creative collaborators and a set of twins. These relationships allow for
a supportive and trusting creative process where all artists are stretched
to their fullest potential.
The collective is committed to create experiential video installation work
that has artistic innovation, refined execution and above all engages and
moves the audience.
MOVE 2012, is a poetic personal quest where the physical world as we know it
alters and in the challenge to adapt, our awareness shifts irrevocably. We
transcend the physical realm into the cosmos, exploring the experience of a
parallel universe and a non linear time zone where we are connected at the
deepest level. A moving soundscape of heavenly harmonies and deep, earthy intonations, illicit a visceral response to the work.
THE SENSE COLLECTIVE MEMBERS read more
Rebecca Swan: co-director & cinematographer
Charlotte Rose: co-director & composer
Richard Swan: creative director
Kirsty MacDonald: assistant director & producer
Matt Gillanders: performer