HELEN VARLEY JAMIESON & PAULA CRUTCHLOW, 2010
A unique live networked event where two ordinary houses are not only telematically connected, but are firmly engaged in the collaborative co-authoring of an event that discursively explores shared concerns around the global consequences of domestic politics.
The ElectroSmog festival was hosted by De Balie in Amsterdam, in March 2010. ADA participated in a number of global discussions during the festival, and we organised events and commissioned new artworks that engage with issues of remoteness.
JAMES CHARLTON and COMOB, 2010
A process-based work that visualizes 3D forms from GPS data generated by the movement of iphone participants through the landscape.
HELEN VARLEY JAMIESON (participant)
A performance screened at the HTTP gallery, London. Performers in Paris, Madrid, Hailuoto & Wellington were given a colour, and had four objects corresponding to one each of the colours. Our task was to perform sound whenever our colour appeared in someone’s web cam. We could choose which colour to show when, but we should try to listen to the piece, not to have one colour dominating, & not to show our selves.
HELEN VARLEY JAMIESON (participant), 2008
A Long Distance Dance performance originally created in 2008, and restaged for the Electrosmog Festival in 2010. Helen Varley Jamieson participated from Brisbane with Suzon Fuks, James Cunningham, Scotia Monkivitch and team.
ESSAY by KARLA PTACEK and HELEN VARLEY JAMIESON, 2004
for trAce Online Writing Centre
This article was first published on the trAce web site and won the Process Award in trAce and Writers for the Future’s New Media Article Writing Competition, Nov. 2004