Joel Zika (Art forum)

Zika, J 2012 , Joel Zika (Art forum). [Video]

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Joel Zika is a Melbourne based print and new media designer. Using multiple projection installation and large format digital imaging he creates work based on popular entertainments and the spaces of cinematic horror.
His work is featured in the touring show ‘Dreamweavers’ opening at the Plimsoll Gallery, he is represented by Dianne Tanzer Gallery in Melbourne.
Joel Lecturers in Visual Communication at Deakin University and is completing a PHD at Swinburne University entitled ‘The translation of cinema into space’.
Zika will discuss his research into the history of the Ghost Train and the works it has inspired. This overview of his field research examines the major role that dark popular entertainments have played in shaping popular cinema and new media. He will also preview some new investigations into contemporary sites of horror and heavy metal subculture.

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Authors/Creators:Zika, J
Collections: University of Tasmania > Tasmanian College of The Arts > Art Forum Lecture Series
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