‘RLX field’ by Kate Geck

Posted on August 14th, by gspf in GSPF MiNi 2018. Comments Off on ‘RLX field’ by Kate Geck

‘RLX field’ by Kate Geck
Friday 20 – Saturday 21 September 2018
LOCATION: Atherton Gardens, 119 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
Atherton Tower, Facade of Building 95
Across the Atherton Estate grass

RLX Field is a temporary, immersive space designed for relaxation and pause. Step inside and surround yourself in a vibrating field of projected patterns by featured artist Kate Geck, letting the wash of colour and movement disconnect your busy mind.
On Saturday night, bring a rug to lie down and listen to a special guided meditation while the AV energy recharges you. Every half hour the truck will transmit a mantra of sound and light to guide you into a meditative state. With special viewing masks, you will experience the Gardens in a whole new way.

Kate Geck is an installation artist working with digital and sensory space. Her work explores connectivity and experience – what she terms as “mediated vs. unmediated immediacy”. Within a post-internet maximalist aesthetic, Geck considers the ways technology can skew and mask sensory experience.

Exhibitions and residencies include Gertrude Street Projection Festival,2017; Athens Digital Art Fest, 2016; New York Art Residency and Studios, 2016; International Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore; San Francisco Art Festival; Sisters Akousmatica, Next Wave, 2016; ISEA Vancouver, 2015; NGV Studios, 2016; What Would A Feminist Methodology Sound Like? Liquid Architecture, 2015; Augmented Reality Workshop and Two Party State, Channels Festival, 2015; and Too Long; Didn’t Read, L’ATELIER-KSR (Berlin) 2013. Geck has received awards from Australia Council, City of Yarra, NAVA, Copyright Agency, commissions from State Library of QLD, Metaverse Makeovers, RMIT, SIGNAL, Polyglot, Brisbane Festival.

Kate Geck on Instagram.


This project is proudly supported by