Created by: Grayson Cooke & Dugal McKinnon
Join us for the Australian Premiere screening of Path 99, an art-science project revealing the astounding beauty of clouds. Path 99 is an ingenious experiment and fitting tribute to the very systems that shelter our world and distribute the essentials for life across the planet. Combining the entrancing immersion of full dome planetarium projection with a hypnotic electronic soundtrack, Cooke and McKinnon show how, now more than ever, it is crucial that we all have our heads in the clouds. Following this screening we will be joined by the creator Grayson Cooke and special guests for a live Q&A.
About the Filmmakers
Media artist Grayson Cooke and composer Dugal McKinnon have collaborated for many years on audio-visual installations and films. Together and searately, their work has shown in major venues and festivals in Australia and internationally, including the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize, ZKM in Karlsuhe, The Imagine Science Film Festival in New York and the Japan Media Arts Festival. Grayson is Chair of Creative Arts at Southern Cross University and Dugal is Deputy Director of the New Zealand School of Music at Victoria University of Wellington.
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