Join esteemed Australian artist David Rosetzky for a lunchtime lecture as he discusses the collaborative process involved in the development of his new commission for Channels Festival, as well as his broader practice across photography and video.
Exploring technology, social relations and identity, Rosetzky is known for the elegance and aesthetic rigour of his work, which often draws upon the visual language of contemporary advertising and cinema.
Presented in partnership with the SPEAKER series run by RMIT University School of Fine Art via INTERSECT.
David Rosetzky works across photography, video and installation to explore scenarios in which human behaviour, identity, subjectivity, contemporary culture and community come under intimate observation.
His work has been presented in the Third ICP Triennial of Photography and Video, exhibited at the International Centre for Photography, New York, 2009; Viewpoints & Viewing Points: Asian Art Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2009; Face Up, Hamburger Bahnhoff, Berlin, 2003; Composite Portraits and Recent Photographic Work, Turner Galleries, Perth, 2016; 24 Frames per Second, Carriageworks, Sydney, 2015; So Long as You Move, Ark Galerie, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2014; South by Southeast: Recent Video Art from Australia and New Zealand, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, 2011; 21st Century: Art in the First Decade, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, 2011; 21st Century Modern: Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2006, amongst many others.
David Rosetzky, Think of yourself as plural (video still), 2008. Courtesy the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.