In the Spotlight: Maryann Talia Pau

  Update (1/4/2015): Engage Arts is excited to invite you to our ‘1 Million Stars to End Violence’ weaving workshop, which will be held as part of the U.R{BNE} Festival. The weaving workshop will be open from 4.30pm – 8.30pm at the BrisStyle IndieTwilight Markets. You are welcome to come at anytime and spend as much time as you like weaving stars. The 1 Million Stars to End Violence Project Maryann Talia Pau is a Samoan-Australian artist and weaver, whose weaving project, 1 Million Stars to End Violence, shares a beautiful message… Read More

In The Spotlight: Lauren Edmonds

  When I first saw the work of emerging multi-media artist, Lauren Edmonds, I was immediately drawn to its Orwellian vibe.[1] Based in Brisbane, Edmonds’ provoking works confront us with current social and political issues. Her work considers the role the news industry plays in pushing particular viewpoints to a mass audience. Whilst critically examining political and social issues, her work offers alternative viewpoints that encourage us to question our perspectives on such issues. Edmonds captures our attention through multimedia works that combine numerous mediums including object-based installation, projections, animation, film, and… Read More

In The Spotlight: Alinta Krauth

  Alinta Krauth is a Queensland digital and new media artist who has exhibited widely across Australia. Her complex site-specific installations create connections between previously unrelated ideas and objects. Krauth’s incorporation of numerous media such as the moving image, audio, computer code and interactive elements attempt to engage the senses and trigger heightened emotional conditions. Krauth uses various platforms to display her interactive works. Her digital artwork and literature piece, to arrive by chance (Version 1) (2014), uses HTML5 technology run on a desktop, tablet or touchscreen. This interactive artwork prompts viewers… Read More