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Gaze, Interrupted is a multi-arts, curated virtual exhibition that showcases a selection of experimental artworks that consider the malleable and ephemeral nature of perception, and play with the phenomenological experiences of time and duration. The selected artists explore how notions of perspective and duration can be depicted, manipulated, harnessed, and replicated through the creative technologies of their practice. In doing so, they delve into complex issues and ideas, including the power of psychological imagery, the (in)distinguishability of perception vs reality, and the iterative nature of experience.

This exhibition was recognised by the Melbourne Theatre Board and recieved the ‘Confinement Creativity Award’ for 2020. 


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