Tully Arnot Tech Demo
Tully Arnot will demo and demystify how to use hardware such as microcontrollers, hobby motors and Arduinos.
Ever wanted to DIY tinker with new technology? This artist demonstration by Tully Arnot will demystify how to use hardware such as microcontrollers, hobby motors and Arduinos. Tully is one of the artists exhibiting in the Human in the Wire exhibition, and this demonstration will show visitors how he uses different technologies and hardware to create kinetic conceptual artworks.
Make a day of it and come early to participate in Miguel Olmo’s Picturing Sound Workshop at 11am and stay to watch his Limina Sound Art performance at 2:45pm.
Image: Tully Arnot, Autocomplete, 2017-2022, phone, servo motors, microcontroller, stylus
Find out more about Human in the Wire
About the Artist
Tully Arnot’s multidisciplinary practice explores the effect that contemporary technology has on human relationships, looking at the isolating nature of our increasingly connected, but ultimately disconnected world. Arnot has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally, including at the Coventry Biennale, Kunsthalle Bremen, Art Stage Singapore, and Manchester Art Fair, as well as residencies at Greene St Studio NYC, SOMA Mexico City and Organhaus Chongqing. Recently Arnot was awarded the 2019 ACMI Mordant Family VR Commission. Arnot won the Marten Bequest Traveling Scholarship in 2015, NAB Emerging Artist Award in 2014, and Qantas Spirit of Youth Award in 2012.
Join us for more public programs:
Art ex Machina
Artist panel with Tristan Chant, Gary Deirmendjian and Miguel Olmo, discussing the impact of technology on art. Find out more about Art ex Machina.
Picturing Sound Workshop
Join Miguel Olmo on a journey of words, sounds and images to collaboratively make a soundscape inspired by Concrete Poetry, abstract shapes and Dadaism. Find out more about the Picturing Sound Workshop.
Limina Sound Art
Watch Miguel Olmo's live performance of an enigmatic aural soundscape. Find out more about Limina Sound Art.
Saturday, 21 May 2022 | 01:30 PM
- 02:30 PM
Art Space on The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood, 2067, View Map