Welcome to Telematic Cafe

Dear friends,

Telematic Café (TC) is going to open and operate at George Paton Gallery from 13 May though to 29 May. Situated in the heart of the University of Melbourne it will welcome visitors into its relaxed warm space, where the coffee will be available for free.

What can you expect from TC?  It is a discursive environment aimed at considering communication networks and will enable critical and creative experiences of communication in the network space. Works by Camille Robinson, Travis Cox, Tara Elizabeth Cook, Richie Cyngler and USA-based Chris Williams will resonate as unique ‘telematic communication models’ and you need to find out for yourself what they are about. Teaser images for some of these models are posted here.

Integrated in the Telematic Café will also be blogging and live-tweeting (#telematiccafe).

Travis Cox. Still from ELAINE's generated mosaic, 2014. Monitor.

Travis Cox. Still from ELAINE’s generated mosaic, 2014.

The work by Travis Cox – ELAINE (Encapsulated Learning Algorithm Interpreting New Experiences) will create a dynamic framework of exchange between VCA and Parkville by being located at VCA Digital Hub Foyer and the George Paton Gallery.

The promotional image for Richie Cyngler, Ideological Picnic.

Richie Cyngler. Ideological Picnic, 2015.

 

 

Image from the work by Camille Robinson. I'm Here to Listen.

Camille Robinson. I’m Here to Listen II, 2014

 

TELEMATIC CAFE details

Venue: George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne Union House (2nd level), Parkville  +  VCA Digital Hub Foyer
Time: 11am-5pm Monday to Friday
Dates: 13 – 29 May
For more information contact curator Marita Batna, marita.batna@gmail.com, 0425 326 728

Disable access (via elevator). Seating provided.

Telematic Café is partnering with George Paton Gallery and the University of Melbourne Student Union Creative Arts Department.

The artists involved in Telematic Embrace—Café acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land on which this work was developed and is presented on. We pay our respect to their elders past and present.

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