John Gillies


John Gillies is an artist who works primarily with time-based forms such as moving image, performance, video installation and music. The survey exhibition John Gillies: Videowork 1982 – 2001 curated by Blair French, toured Australia 2004-2006. His work has also been shown at the Tate Modern, Museum of Modern Art, Museu de Arte Moderna da Bahia, Museo […]

Briohny Doyle


Preview Changes Briohny Doyle is an award winning Australian writer, fan-grrrl and scholar of the apocalypse. Her writing appears in the pages of Ampersand Magazine, Going Down Swinging, Overland, Cordite, Voiceworks, The Lifted Brow and as meaningful pixels all over the internet. She has received commissions for new performance work from the Sydney Festival, The Museum […]

Jessie Scott

Jessie Scott is a video artist, programmer and producer who works across the spectrum of screen culture in Melbourne. She is a founding member of audiovisual art collective, Tape Projects, Co-director of Channels: The Australian Video Art Festival, editor of Picture Skew, and has worked at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in both the Digital Storytelling, […]

Dr Ben Byrne

Ben Byrne - Self-Portrait (Image Courtesy of Ben Byrne)

Ben Byrne is an academic, musician, artist, organiser and writer interested in sonic art, media and culture. He is currently teaching in Media & Communication at RMIT University. He recently completed a PhD, producing a thesis, Murmur, that argues sound is a multiplicity. He has performed extensively in Australia and overseas, alone and with others. His […]

Amelia Groom


Amelia is an art writer and a PhD candidate in Art History and Theory at USYD. She recently edited an anthology on ‘time’ for The Whitechapel Gallery’s ‘Documents of Contemporary Art’ series of books. Amelia has written a blog post for Tele Visions here. Share

Kath Letch


Kath Letch has been involved with community broadcasting since the late 70’s, commencing as a broadcaster on 6UVS (now RTR FM) in Perth in 1980. She was a founding member of Artemis, a women artists collective, and Drastic on Plastic, a women’s music program, in WA. Her background in education and training includes working in Aboriginal […]

Doug Anderson

Doug Anderson was posted at the Sydney Morning Herald for 47 years. Beginning his time there as a proof reader, in 1969, he soon embarked upon reviewing film and television as a columnist who struck a rapport with his dry sense of humour and non hierarchical reviews of programs which have uniformly shaped and influenced […]

Sherry Miller Hocking


Sherry Miller Hocking has worked at the Experimental TV Center since 1972. She is the co-editor, with Kathy High and Mona Jimenez, of The Emergence of Video Processing Tools: Television Becoming Unglued, forthcoming 2013. Sherry has written an article on analog TV instruments for the Tele Visions program here. Share