a participatory artwork by Anna Madeleine in collaboration with Dr Renee Beale

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About Us

Anna Madeleine

Anna Madeleine is an artist working in mixed media, animation and installation. She completed her PhD in Media Arts at UNSW in 2014, and Honours in Photomedia at ANU in 2007. She is currently a lecturer at ANU School of Art & Design and studio artist at ANCA, Canberra. Her practice aims to create poetic interpretations of the scientific data, networks and information systems that underpin contemporary culture.

Anna has had solo exhibitions in New York, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Bandung and Montreal. In 2017 she undertook an Asialink Arts residency in Bandung, Indonesia, and received an Art Gallery of New South Wales’ residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris in 2018. In 2016 Anna was a visiting artist at the University of Southern California, and a Vice Chancellor’s College Artist Fellow at ANU.

Her work has been shortlisted for prizes and group exhibitions including the Aesthetica Art Prize, the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize, SafARI 2016, the Not Fair Art Fair, Exploration 17 at Flinders Lane Gallery, and residencies with Insight Radical, Splendid Arts Lab and Sydney Artspace

http://www.annamadeleine.com/
@anna__madeleine

Dr Renee Beale

Dr Renee Beale is an ideator, curator, and science communicator. Working with a wide range of artists and scientists, Renee creates hypothetical or futuristic experiences which explore the potential of science and further what we ought to do with this potential.

To date, Renee has conceived and produced in excess of 40 projects both across Australia and internationally, including for the Adelaide Fringe Festival, CLIMARTE’s ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE festivals, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Melbourne Music Week, National Science Week, Nite Art, and the Royal Society of Chemistry London.

Currently, Renee is producing several immersive experiences for the City of Melbourne’s Melbourne Knowledge Week 2018 festival. Previously, Renee has been manager and curator of LAB-14 Gallery and the School of Chemistry Cultural Collection at the University of Melbourne, manager of community programs at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Free Radical Chemistry, and a post-doctoral researcher at the School of Biological Sciences at Monash University.

Renee holds a Bachelor of Science, a PhD in Genetics, and is currently completing further graduate studies in Philosophy.

To get in touch about One Last Call, email us at hello.onelastcall@gmail.com