Jason Ebeyer is a 3D visual designer currently based in Melbourne.
Utilizing a combination of programs and mediums, Ebeyer produces work inspired by Internet subculture, fashion, and cults. Featuring androgynous lacquered mannequins he creates vivid scenes that are explosions of colour, and other times dark hallucinogenic dreams. The idealized humanoids encapsulate the artist’s belief that everybody, regardless of gender, has a masculine and feminine side to their character. Ebeyer explains he often features both characters in his work to show these different aspects of his personality and mind. The duality of gender is something he likes to explore, “by letting both sides come out” whilst he creates.
Imogen Henry created Watch Me in response to Chin Chin Sydney’s permanent collection by Simon Bernhardt. Taking inspiration from the concept of fetish culture and the unravelling of stigmas associated with these practices.
Watch Me makes the viewer implicit in its kink, transporting you to the role of voyeur as you view the antics of a faceless dancer. Simultaneously you are confronted with the unwavering gaze of her identity. She watches you whilst you watch her, preying on the connection between artist and viewer. Indulging in the roles art, technology and the female form play as fetish commodities.
Imogen is a Melbourne based visual artist and VJ whose work exists in the imagination of a morbid child-oracle, with a predilection for electronic music.
With video and animation as her dominant medium she creates surreal environments fuelled by the thrill of technological threats, nightmarish nostalgia and visions of a joyously dystopian future.
An award winning graduate from the VCA in 2014, she has had work shown in The National Portrait Gallery of Australia, White Night, The Chin Chin Wall of Art, the Margaret Lawrence Gallery, George Paton Gallery, The Gertrude Street Projection Festival, Kong and Little Creatures.
Imogen has been running a series of experimental audiovisual events, Syzygy, since 2016. She has provided visuals as part of live music events at Melbourne Music Week, Loop project space and bar, Boney, The Evelyn Hotel and Sunmoth Canteen.
She has worked on projects with Henry Saiz, the BBC (Eurovision), The Melbourne Fringe Festival and Nike.
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