RESIDENCY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Excerpts from 'Filmic Memorials 3' (2005), screened at MAP, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne Sept 2005

 

Title: Design and Home Movies

Dates: March - December, 2021

Chief Investigator: Shaun Wilson

Funding: Regional Arts Victoria

Original film sources: Tony Barbone, Peter Wilson

Host: ACMI-x [Australian Centre for the Moving Image]

Description: Reimaging aspects of vintage home movies through video art from captured histories of urban and regional Victoria.

 

PROJECTS

Title: The 51 Paintings Suite (ongoing)

Chief Investigator: Shaun Wilson

Funding: Arts Victoria (2008), The Australia Council for the Arts (2010), ERGAS Collection acquisition funds (2007)

Description: Representing the reimaging of poses from characters located in various historical paintings into slow cinema artefacts

Collections: ERGAS Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Historical Archives of Contemporary Art, Venice Biennale

Title: Nonsense Machines (ongoing)

Chief Investigator: Shaun Wilson

Support: Melbourne Design Week 2018 presented by the National Gallery of Victoria and MARS Gallery

Description: Demonstrating failed experiments from climate change denial through miniatures

BOOKS 

Title: Migrants, Home Movies and Place: The Journey to Australia as Topographical Domestic Cinema

Author: Shaun Wilson

Description: forthcoming

Publisher:  Amsterdam University Press

Title: The Gothic Memorium

Author: Shaun Wilson

Publisher: Windsor Bentley Press

ISBN: 9780987375308

Description: The dark and satirical adventures of Dor the serial killer frog and Rod as they journey through Pepperwood and the chaos beyond.'

CHAPTERS

Wilson, S (2009). ‘Remixing Memory in Digital Media’, in Save As... Digital Memory, Jo Garde-Hansen (ed.), Palgrave McMillan, London ISBN 978-0-230-23941-8

SELECTED ARTICLES

Wilson, S (2021). 'Creative Practice through Teleconferencing in the Era of COVID-19', MC Journal, Vol.24, No.3, ISSN: 1441-2616

Wilson, S. (in press). 'Representing COVID-19 in Critical Studio Practice', International Journal of Practice Based Humanities, Vol.4. No.1 1, ISSN 2207-3086

Wilson, S. (2020). 'The Good, the Bad, and the Grumpy: Online Cat Pictures as Design Enigma in Digital Media', Screen Thought Journal, Vol.4, ISSN 2206-6225

Wilson, S. (2020) 'Representing Climate Activism through Digital Media before and during COVID-19', International Journal of Contemporary Humanities, Vol.4, No. 1, ISSN 2207-2837

Wilson. S (2019) 'Bullshit Bingo: Designing a response to climate change denialism in critical studio practice', International Journal of Practice Based Humanities, Vol. 3, No, 1 ISSN 2207-3086

Wilson, S (2019). 'The Long Take as a Metamodernist Framework in the Age of Perpetual Distraction', Screen Thought Journal, Vol.3, No.1, ISSN 2206-6225

Wilson, S (2018). 'On Digital Otherness: Being 'of Art' in the Age of the Internet, International Journal of Contemporary Humanities, Vol.3, No.1 ISSN 2207-2837

Wilson, S (2017). 'Towards the Simulation of Sensor Networks [Authenticity and Untruthful Practice]', International Journal of Contemporary Humanities, Vol.2, No.1 ISSN 2207-2837

 

Wilson, S (2017). 'Scaling Home in Critical Studio Practice', International Journal of Practice Based Humanities, Vol. 2, No, 1 ISSN: 2207-3086

Wilson, S (2017). 'Designing Meta-Immersion for Cinematic Narrative', Screen Thought Journal, Vol.2, No.1 ISSN 2206-6225

Wilson, S (2017). 'Modelling Meta-Inclusion for Cinematic Narrative', Screen Thought Journal, Vol.2, No.1 ISSN 2206-6225

Wilson, S (2016). 'Building a Memory Palace from the Ars Memoria Tradition through Video Installation', International Journal of Practice Based Humanities, Vol. 1, No, 1 ISSN: 2207-3086

Wilson, S (2016). 'What is Post-neomodernism? Absolute, Multiplicity, Post-Truth, Disruption, International Journal of Contemporary Humanities, Vol.1, No.1 ISSN 2207-2837

Wilson, S (2016). 'Alternative Characterisation Strategies in Contemporary Mainstream Zombie Cinema', Screen Thought Journal, Vol.1, No. 1, SSN 2206-6225

Wilson, S (2015). 'Slow Motion as a Condition for the Moving Image', Evers, C, Berry, M, Wilson , S (Eds.) Altitude Journal, University of Nottingham Nigbo, China ISSN 14444-1160 

Wilson, S (2011). 'Remixing Memory in Home Movies’, in Screen Memories, Teressa Forde (ed), Image and Narrative Journal, Open Humanities Press, Issue 11 ISSN 1780-678X