Munaintyanangku, tunturri. (Always was, always will be)

Illuminate Adelaiderlu Kaurna Miyurna yaitya mathanya Wama Tarntanyaku tampinthi (Illuminate Adelaide acknowledges the Kaurna people, the traditional custodians of the Adelaide Plains)

Yaintya yartangka ngadlu tikanthi, kuma tirkanthi, kuma warpulayinthi. (These are the lands we live, learn and work on)

Ngadlurlu Purkarna pukinangku, yalarra, kuma tarrkarritya tampinthi. (We pay our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging)

Translation provided, with thanks, by Kaurna Warra Karrpanthi

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Cinematic Experiments

Margie Medlin

31 July

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When

Sat 31 July, 6pm - 11.30pm

Where

SAMSTAG Museum , City West campus, 55 North Terrace

Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible

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Margie Medlin's work specialises in the relationship between dance and the moving image. See some of her Cinematic Experiments projected onto the SAMSTAG Building and Karuna Building as part of MAAD.

Margie's practice experiments and forges new ground aesthetically, collaboratively and technically. Margie has created many and varied multi-screen movement performance and installations using early analogue technologies through to state of the art high end digitally controlled systems utilizing live video, motion capture, motion control technologies and Robotics.

For Cinematic Experiments, Margie collaborated with NSW based choreographers and dancers Vicki Van Hout and Lucky Lartey. Long term collaborators include: Ros Warby, Sandra Parker, Rebecca Hilton, Lucy Guerin, Carol Brown, Russell Dumas and Ong Keng Sen.  

About MAAD (Music & Art After Dark)

We save the biggest party for last, with a multi-venue celebration of art, music and ideas. For one night only, MAAD will take over your favourite venues, galleries and laneways in the northwest corner of the CBD. Featuring a closing DJ set from The Avalanches, live music, exhibitions, cinema and light installations, MAAD brings out the best in the west with a party to remember.