Propaganda Window turns off its lights

Propaganda Window says goodbye

Four years after switching on Melbourne’s first CBD dedicated outdoor video art space, Propaganda Window, the project is now moving on from 110 Franklin Street. Co-founder and Curator Michael Meneghetti set-up Propaganda Window in 2008 to fill the gap in public video art spaces in Melbourne and give artists a unique platform to present their … Continue reading

We know | subTEXT

Propaganda Window Presents:    We know   A projection installation by anonymous collective subTEXT   April 3 – 28    Opening Night Friday April 13 | 6pm   “Help. A universal need. An act of generosity. A moment of knowing you aren’t alone. HELP! I’m drowning. I’ve lost my car keys. I’m too fat to be … Continue reading

Propaganda Window (Fed Square) April

Propaganda Window (Fed Square) April Compilation Propaganda Window (Fed Square) presents a half hour mix of the moving image with some international flair for April 2012. See augmented realities from subTEXT (Australia), David Anthony Sant (UK), Visionary Images (Australia), Lorna Crane (Australia), Simon Mack and Phil Hargreaves (UK), Ghayyan Al Amine (Lebanon) and Hayley Brandon … Continue reading

NORM / NO-madic Lives

Propaganda Window (Melbourne) Presents: NORM / NO-madic Lives pan-global narratives – multi- City travelling Exhibition: 2012 – 2014 first city – Melbourne at Propaganda Window (Melbourne) Exhibition runs 28 February to 24 March 2012 | Opening Night 2 March 6-9pm (Projections begin at Sunset) 110 Franklin Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 3000 http://www.propagandawindow.com   Featured Artists : hargreaves + … Continue reading

SUBWAY TO VENUS

Propaganda Window (Melbourne) presents: Subway to Venus Goran Tomic 7-25 February | Opening Friday 10 February 2012 6-9pm (Projections begin at sunset) It starts with the Subway…a pre-determined A to Z (like blood from the heart to the brain)…that’s okay I can relax, not think… “hey, I got places not to be, people not to … Continue reading

Currently in the public sphere…

  Propaganda Window (Melbourne) TEXT TEASE Adrian Doyle, Joel Gailer and Michael Meneghetti. Projecting every night from dusk till late until January 15 Propaganda Window (Fed Square) Spanning over January and February is Propaganda Window (Fed Square)’s first video compilation for 2012. Sourced from artists across Australia, this New Year compilation showcases recent work from … Continue reading

Make it Public at Propaganda Window in 2012!

Large outdoor projection spaces offer video artists something different… Propaganda Window wants to see your art! Consider exhibiting with Propaganda Window, the independently run video art space offering two unique public sites at 110 Franklin Street and Federation Square. 2011 has been a bumper year for artists taking full advantage of these two high traffic sites, their work … Continue reading

TWO-MINUTE AFFAIR(S) 27 September – 15 October

TWO-MINUTE AFFAIR(S) NIKKI LAM 27 SEPT – 15 OCT / 6-11PM NIGHTLY ACROSS ALL THREE SCREENS Propaganda Window (Melbourne) 110 Franklin Street, Melbourne PREVIEW NIGHT : Tuesday 27 September 6-9pm OPENING NIGHT : Thursday 6 October  6-9pm (with Photography Show Aperture at Dark Horse Experiment) Two-Minute Affair(s) is an ongoing project with a series of … Continue reading

Propaganda Window (Fed Square) September’s Compilation

SCREENING AT FED SQUARE’S BIG SCREEN + ATRIUM The September Compilation for Propaganda Window (Fed Square) features Jonathon Hutchinson’s dazzling mix up of collaborative work from 30 Days of Creativity Project, ABC POOL’s creative commons initiative which took place in June 2011. Also screening this month at the atrium and big screen are two playful … Continue reading

iObject (Garifalakis 2.0) 2011

Georgie Roxby Smith iObject (Garifalakis 2.0) 2011 Second Life performance, three SL Machinima videos September 10 – 25 Opening Thursday 15 September 6pm -9pm 110 Franklin Street, Melbourne iObject explores the Georgie Roxby Smith’s digital identity through the negation of self in a virtual world. By completely voiding her idealised self portrait avatar of all identifiable features and … Continue reading