Bruce McClure (image Robin Martin)

OtherFilm Brisbane 2012

Brisbane, Australia


Part of OtherFilm Festival 2012
Where Queensland Maritime Museum and Institute of Modern Art
Starts Thursday, 29 November 2012
Ends Saturday, 1 December 2012
Tickets FREE

Download the program for OtherFilm Festival 2012.

BRISBANE Thursday 29 November / Queensland Maritime Museum, South Bank / OPENING NIGHT: SIEGE MENTALITY / Sally Golding (London), Jade Boyd (Oslo), Danny Wild, Audrey Lam and Caitlin Franzmann, Sarah Byrne, Jason Fitzgerald, Bonnie Hart, Kiah Reading, Ben Hayes, Horse Macgyver, Vijay Thillaimuthu, Botborg, Leif Gifford, Patrick King, and Alrey Batol. Friday 30 November / Institute of Modern Art / SPACESHIP EARTH / Peter Burr (New York) and Bum Creek. Saturday 1 December / Institute of Modern Art / RESTRUCTURING THE VOID / Takahiko Iimura (Tokyo) and Bruce McClure (New York).


OtherFilm Brisbane 2012 - PROJECTS

  • hmas

    Siege Mentality

    Starts Thursday, 29 November 2012

    How does the very identity of the human mind rely on external mechanical supplements? How does it incorporate machines?—Slavoj Žižek The HMAS Diamantina is many things. As a war machine, she defended Australia in the Pacific theatre during the Second World…

  • Stalker

    Spaceship Earth

    Starts Friday, 30 November 2012

    New York animation dynamo Peter Burr performs remediated television from tomorrow, as the Cartune Xprez stops just long enough to transmit some transgressive telecasts to Spaceship Earth. Sound and space will further be transformed by unpredictable improvisers Bum Creek, who’ll…

  • Observer_Observed_Observer

    Restructuring the void

    Starts Saturday, 1 December 2012

    Legendary media artist Takahiko Iimura is profiled in a retrospective screening and performance program surveying his career-long practice of reconstructing the relations between word, image and time across experimental cinema, video art and Fluxus performance. If Iimura is renowned for…


    Video Semiology Screening

    Starts Saturday, 1 December 2012

    Taka Iimura’s conceptual video works expose, analyse, and disrupt the habitual ways we view video, paring it down to its essential elements and toying with them, making us aware of construction as much as content. In ons, a man and a woman see and…