Featuring work by Winter Artist in Residence JASON HAGGERTY representing THE WALLS
18 – 27 September, 2016
Curated by SIMONE HINE and KYLE WEISE
Screen Space, Melbourne, as part of Channels: The Australian Video Art Festival
Single channel video
Perlin Emanation is an exploration into the natural waves of the Gold Coast shoreline and the waves of the computer generated Perlin Noise algorithm, serving as a meditation on hypnotic oscillating bass frequencies. Static and composited, the virtual emanation imposes itself into frame, compressed and distressed by the tension created by soundscape and landscape. Using the Gold Coast as a site to construct fiction, the monolith mimics the shadows cast down by high rises that stretch across the shore line. An angular crux between physical space and virtuality – a rift where media assumes a space within the natural terrain. Perlin Emination was developed during Jason Haggerty’s time as Winter Artist in Residence at The Walls.