Posts Tagged ‘Canberra’


Posted By Paul

Working with independent theatre producer Jennifer Proctor, we produced all of the marketing and promotional materials for the 2006 production ‘Aperture’. We also designed and built the set and directed and produced all the media used in the show. For those interested, the technical setup for in the theatre was as follows: 3 x data projectors (2 front & 1 rear), 2 x 35mm slide projectors, 2 x Trinitron televsions, 1 x wireless CCT camera mounted within a Canon Super 8 Camera - all of which was controlled via MAX MSP Jitter, 2 x DV cameras and great foot speed. The show ran for 5 nights at Canberra’s (Australia) Street Theatre.

The Present History

Posted By Paul

In November 2006 we launched a fine arts publication entitled ‘The Present History’. Here is a quick spiel: “The Present History was produced in Canberra, Australia by The Contextual Villains and contains the combined work of over 25 visual, sound and text based artists. This 700 copy limited edition release is hand numbered and signed by The Contextual Villains.”

The Present History recently won the Desktop Magazine Create Award in the category of Best Design for Creative Print Media. It has been featured in magazines such as Desktop, Oyster, Wooden Toy and appeared on the following websites FFFFound, BD4D, Coudal Partners, Australian Infront, Dexinger, The Artlife, Sarsparilla and many more…

Loud Is Boring

Posted By Rachel

Interface design for experimental sound art series at The Front in Canberra, Australia.