public art

Ian has contributed to several public art programs, either solo or as part of a group project.

25 Pirie Street: Heard on the Wind.  (dur: approx 45 min). Soundscape commissioned by Adelaide City Council, 7 September – 9 October, 2017.

42nds. Public art projection video loop for WORD! (dur: 0:45). Commissioned by Adelaide City Council and Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT); projected nightly in Rundle Street, Adelaide, May – July 2017.

Situs Inversus. Commissioned video projection onto glass window (dur: 3:18). Part of Body of Evidence installation, curated by Carollyn Kavanagh, Adelaide Convention Centre, June 2016.

Situs Inversus Viscerum Totalis. Commissioned video for large scale LED display (dur: 6:11). Part of Body of Evidence installation, curated by Carollyn Kavanagh, Adelaide Convention Centre, June 2016.

Chandelier. From The Microscope Project, with Deb Jones and Catherine Truman. Installed in The Student Hub, Flinders University.

Tramstop 6: Way To Go. Glenelg Tram Line. Collaborative project coordinated by Mike Ladd and Cathy Brooks, with Jude Aqulina, Cathy Brooks, Indigo Eli, Alison Flett, Simon Hanson, Kerry Harte, Mike Hopkins, Jules Leigh Koch, Mike Ladd and Cecilia White, 2015.

Signs of Life. Bowen Street, Adelaide. Collaborative project coordinated by Mike Ladd and Cathy Brooks, with Jude Aquilina, Cathy Brooks, Jelena Dinic, Ian Gibbins, Kevin Gillam, Simon J Hanson, Fiona Johnson, Jules Lee Koch, Jack Ladd, Mike Ladd, Stephen Lawrence, Rachael Mead, John Pfitzner, Thom Sullivan, Heather Taylor-Johnson, Amelia Walker and Cecilia White, 2012.

heartsong. Video / performance / installation at Flinders Medical Centre and RiAus. Coordinated by Sally Francis, FMC Arts in Health. Produced and written by Cheryl Pickering, with music by Richard Chew and Ian Dixon, sculpture and installation by Dwani Oak, video and animation by Dan Monceaux and Emma Stirling, and poetry by Ian Gibbins, 2009.

Excerpts from ward rounds in signage around Flinders Medical Centre, 2005.

Sensurious video-poem short-listed for Red Room Co New Shoots Prize

Created by The Red Room Company, New Shoots, is a poetic partnership with the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Sydney Olympic Park and Bundanon Trust. The project celebrates and cultivates poems inspired by plants and place. Sensurious, my video-poem featuring drawings by Judy Morris, was short-listed for the New Shoots Poetry prize, 2016. Click here to download the PDF of  New Shoots Anthology: Poems Inspired by Plants.  The text for Sensurious is on p. 32.

 

sensurious from Ian Gibbins on Vimeo.