Digital Dialogues collaborative partnership

Written by: Sam Fox on July 29, 2015

Hydra Poesis and DADAA inc have partnered in a 40 week collaboration during 2015 supporting artists with intellectual disabilities to make performance and digital art for internet audiences.

With producing and on-hands support from DADAA’s Simone Flavelle and Zoe Martyn, the project is using Hydra’s reconfigured multi-camera web broadcast studio (Production Hall) and working with both Hydra artists (Sam Fox, Laura Boynes, Sete Tele) and peers within the broader CIA Studios network. The program features 12 artists exploring new media and performance on the internet. Pictured below is Pat Carter (experimenting alongside video archives of Neil Murray and the Warrumpi Band), Danny Tuckey and Ali King working in the studio and the surrounding area.

Online performances and recordings can be found here. This project is supported by The Department for Communities and the Australia Council for the Arts.