An award-winning short film conceived and directed by Garry Stewart with cinematography from renowned filmmaker Cordelia Beresford.
Responding to the polar regions of our planet – the Arctic Circle and Antarctica – North/South is a double bill by Ina Christel Johannessen and Garry Stewart.
A bold new work referencing ideas on transhumanism and a potential evolution of the human species.
Based upon the idea of rhythms in nature, The Beginning of Nature features a score sung in Kaurna language.
Created by Tanja Liedtke, construct takes a look at the sharp, rigorous and sometimes curious concept of ‘building’.
Originally created for inclusion in the Versus Rodin: bodies across space and time exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Garry Stewart sets out to parody and reframe the notion of the doppelganger.
Garry Stewart’s Be Your Self reveals the precarious stability of the concept of self as the work steps through the conventions we use to construct a singular and consistent notion of ‘I’. In an analysis of selfhood, Stewart situates the body at the centre of his inquiry.
Through viewing someone else as ‘the other’ we cease to recognize their humanity and instead our behaviour toward them is similar to our treatment of objects.
Exploring the relationship between humans, our domestic world and the topographies of nature.
Based on ideas from theoretical physics, Multiverse delves into notions such as string theory, parallel dimensions, multiple universes and black holes.
In Proximity, Garry Stewart and Paris-based video engineer Thomas Pachoud worked in collaboration to create a dialogue for dance and real-time video manipulation.
A short, animated film asking If we took the total emotional range over a human lifespan and compacted it into a few minutes what might this look like?