CDU lecturer in multimedia and graphic design, Judith Trezise presents Delve Deep, an online exhibition showcasing digital art, from 14-21 November.
The exhibition entices people to ‘delve deep’ into their current existence and open their mind to the world of digital art and 3D spaces and features works created by Judith over the past 12 weeks.
Each piece was designed in less than five hours and uploaded to Second Life* for viewing. Judith has researched and used Second Life’s tools to create the environment in which the exhibition will be held, this even includes the building!
Judith’s designs have incorporated images from artists around the world, consisting of photographers, sketch artists and her own talents in digital design. Artists include Igor Amelkovich, a Russian photographer who has won regional and international awards for his work, Zindy Nielsen, a Denmark drawing artist and an Australian photographer Pete ‘Bobesh’.
Delve Deep will be officially opened on 14 November at 6.30pm by Associate Professor Donal Fitzpatrick, Head of School, Creative Arts and Humanities.
Enjoy live music on the night from Adrian Walter (classical guitarist and Dean, Law, Business and Arts), high energy performance-based band NEO, and unique hip hop artists, Pott Street.
Download the exhibition flyer (.pdf).
Proud sponsors of the Delve Deep exhibition include Charles Darwin University’s School of Creative Arts and Humanities, The Studio Darwin, Richams Realty and Zise Creative Design.
*Second Life is a virtual 3D world created entirely by its residents. Second Life or (SL) was opened to the public in 2003 and has grown over the years to accommodate millions of residents from around the world, including Judith Trezise, course coordinator and lecturer for graphic design and multimedia, School of Creative Arts and Humanities. Judith has been developing an exhibition in Second Life as part of her final for her masters degree.
The World Wide Web and Second Life has delivered a pathway for artists to collaborate and work together to reach audiences from around the globe.