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Paul Mosig is co-founder of Racket – a small design studio that works with community, cultural and environmental organisations, as well as artists, musicians and performers and independent small businesses.

www.studioracket.org

He is also a visual artist working with photography, collage, assemblage, video, sound and typography to explore an ongoing interest in human interaction with landscapes both real and imagined.

Education :

2004 Australian National University – Bachelor of Arts (Digital Arts)

Selected CV :

2008

– A two month creative research residency with Laughing Waters Artist in Residence Program, including community arts development activities.

2007

– Installation of works developed as a result of Synapse Art and Science Residency – exhibited at Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Gorman House in conjunction with Canberra’s Festival of Contemporary Art.

– Video installation exhibited at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan as part of BOOM!: An Interplay of Fast and Frozen Permutations in New Media.

– Media and set design for Aperture a new dance performance and installation by Jennifer Proctor at The Street Theatre, Canberra. Funded by artsACT project grant.

2006

– Artist in residence at the Department for Archaeology and Natural History, Australian National University, Canberra, as part of ANAT’s Synapse Art and Science Residency program.

– Published limited edition artists book with CD soundtrack ‘The Present History’. Launch exhibition of original works and performance at The Front Gallery, Canberra. Funded by artACT project grant. Reviewed in Desktop and Oyster magazine. Wins Deskop Create Award – Creative Print Design catergory.

– New Media installation ‘Afterlost’ exhibited as part of Integrated – Digital Canberra, at Canberra Museum and Gallery. This work was showcased on the ABC’s Sunday Arts program.

– Digital collage series exhibited in group exhibitions – Flaming Youth at Orange Regional Gallery, Exploration 6 at Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne and Changing Nature at Darling Park Gallery, Sydney.

– Selected in 25/25, Australia’s top 25 artists under the age of 25. A Noise and Art in Australia initiative.

2005

– Set up, curated, participated in and produced catalogue of works for Broadcast Gallery, a temporary exhibition space for emerging artists in Canberra. Funded by National Institute for the Arts and Youth Interact.

-Temporary installation at High Court of Australia, commissioned by ACT Public Art Program for 24/7 Dwell.

– Prints and video works exhibited and screened at multiple venues throughout Indonesia as part of Gang Festival an art exchange between artists in Indonesia and Australia.

Images from Paul’s Field Studies in Wentworth 2005

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