Durrmu Arts at the TARNANTHI festival Adelaide 2017
October 28, 2017
Regina Pilawuk Wilson was engaged through Durrmu Arts and The Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) to collaborate on a animation work to be projected on the side of the Target building in Adelaide during the TARNANTHI Festival.
Kate Matthews from ACMI came to Peppimenarti to develop a stop motion animation of weaving for the large scale projection. Using traditional materials and dying procedures, Regina mixed the old with the new and has no hesitation in embracing the process of animation.
Shot by shot and stitch by stitch the video piece came together to produce an amazing short film of colour and movement. The work was launched during the opening weekend of TARNANTHI and the video piece will project on the side of the Target building in Rundle St till late January 2018.
Stay in touch for the release of the film on our website in the coming months.