10-day Installation & Live Performance.
Sat 22 July, 6:30 - 7:30pm
Chaordic is a live, projection based audio-visual installation with a performance interface. Walking between chaos and order, Chaordic invites us on a futuristic journey through a digital landscape, composed of the live interaction between visuals, projection and sound. The work presents an unfurling vision of a fast approaching dystopian reality, one where we don’t know where we are going, or what the future holds for us, but we know we must find the balance between order and chaos.
Brody started painting on the streets when he was 17 and from there grew a stirring passion to create and explore the realm of painting outside. With the walls of Melbourne city as his canvas he works predominately in the medium of painting and more recently with the moving image, projecting video and experimenting with digital soundscapes.
Incorporating stop motion animation and live action footage, his recent video work depicts movement through space and time, playing with light and transitions shifting between the quiet and the turbulent.
In the last year his projections have been displayed The Food Court ARI, The Space Agency HQ, The Gertrude Street Projection Festival, Village festival and Loop project space & bar.
Brody completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Victorian Collage of the Arts in 2014, having three major group shows and his first solo show at The Food Court ARI in 2015. His second solo exhibition was at the Space Agency HQ in 2016, where he produced several site-specific installations.