One Hundred and Twenty Seconds

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ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY SECONDS 
Artbox Launch 11 April 6-8pm Federation Square Big Screen

Artbox video art player launches its Pozible crowdfunding campaign with a huge video art show titled One Hundred and Twenty Seconds

Over 50 local and international video artists have each contributed one hundred and twenty seconds of pure, uncut video art for Federation Square’s Big Screen on Thursday 11 April from 6-8pm.

Artists:
Adele Varcoe, Amelia Johannes, Anon, Antti Leppänen, Arlo Mountford, Bonnie Lane, Brendan Lee, Bridget Walker, Brie Trenerry, Danielle Freakley, David Anthony Sant, Dong Jing, Electronic Migration Panel, Emma Hamilton, Evangeline Cachinero, Georgie Mattingley, Georgie Roxby Smith, Gianni Wise, Goran Tomic, Guo Hao, Hamishi, Hayley Brandon, Hayley West, Hugo Egan, Inez de Vega, Jani Ruscica & Sini Pelkki, Jenny Mai Hall, Jessie Scott, Joseph Flynn, Kieran Boland, Kieran Mangan & Geoffrey Ricardo, Kit Wise, Kotoe Ishii,  Masonik, Mia Salsjo, Michael Meneghetti, Mina Young, Nicola Page, Nikki Lam, Pabi Chulo, Paulo Ahumada Rovai, Pierre Proske, Pip Ryan, Robin Hely, Scot Cotterell, Simon Finn, Simon Pericich, Stephen Haley, Tony David Woods and Troy Innocent

Artbox is the world’s first portable video art player, curating exclusive artworks from around the world to your private and public art spaces. They are launching their Pozible campaign on April 11 and appreciate pledges of all kinds. Please come and enjoy this incredible show with Artbox.

www.artbox.net.au

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About Michael Meneghetti

The little personal details can often be overlooked in the hustle of the city, but somewhere on the edge I always manage to stumble upon a little bit of visual gold! When I can, I make performances that explore a state of masculinity and curate video art for public spaces.

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