From its earliest days, artists have embraced video’s radical potential — as a medium for artistic expression, a tool for political agitation, and a means with which to question the status quo.

‘Red Green Blue’ brought together works from the 1970s through to the present day. Presented over three episodes, each running for a month, the exhibition brought together more than 60 rarely seen works drawn from the archives, artist holdings and the Griffith University Art Collection.

Matthew Perkins

— Peter Kennedy
— Bonita Ely
— Soda_Jerk
— Lyndal Jones
— David Rosetzky
— Michael Glasheen
— Michaela Gleave

“New generations of artists were coming through and they were referencing a lot of artists from overseas and they had little knowledge about our own cultural heritage in terms of moving image.”
Matthew Perkins, Curator, Red Green Blue

Griffith University Art Museum

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