Michele Barker and Anna Munster
Installation view of Michele Barker and Anna Munster’s Struck
AGNSW Contemporary Project
Struck is a multi-channel video and sound installation that critically addresses the complexities of being diagnosed with a neurological disease.
Using a combination of black-and-white photographic, video, graphic and textual images, the work wraps around the walls, surrounding the viewer in a space that makes reference to the process and visual outcomes of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) techniques.
The images and text, along with the accompanying soundtrack, draw the audience into the turbulence and confusion of the emotional experience of disease and its relationship to contemporary medical and scientific imaging processes.
AGNSW Contemporary Projects are supported by Andrew Cameron.
8 Feb – 22 Mar 2007
Contemporary project space