30 October 2012

Finitude (V3) goes to Beijing

You may remember the interactive installation Finitude (V2) by Keith Armstrong from our Gallery Two exhibition earlier this year. The installation combined 3D imagery, transparency, moving sculpture, light and sound to investigate the cultural dimensions of sustainability through the lens of time.

We have just heard the exciting news that Finitude (V3) will be shown at Information·Ecology·Intelligence: The Third Art and Science International Exhibition and Symposium at the China National Science and Technology Museum, Beijing from November 1 - 30, 2012. 

Collaborators: Roger Dean, Stuart Lawson and Darren Pack.
Sustainability Theme Consultants: Professor Tony Fry and Dr. Liz Baker.

Supported by QUT Creative Industries, QUT IVD, the The Australia Council For the Arts, Art and Science Research Centre, Tsinghua University, The Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China, The Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and the China Association for Science and Technology.  

The event includes a keynote address at the associated symposium.


The Art and Science International Exhibition and Symposium was initiated by the Nobel Prize winner, physicist professor Tsung Dao Lee and master of painting, professor Wu Guanzhong. It was successfully held in 2001 and 2006. The international symposium will be presented in parallel by the Zhuangshi Academic Journal with the target to establish a platform for long term communication and interdisciplinary practice among the scientists, designers and artists, and to strengthen the understanding about the exhibition topic “Information·Ecology·Intelligence”.


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