Mandy Martin, Alexander Boynes and Tristen Parr
Luminous relic (detail, still) 2017
installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2017
pigment, sand, crusher dust, acrylic and oil on linen; three-channel high-definition, stereo sound score; 6 minutes, 10 seconds.
Geelong Gallery
Gift of Mandy Martin through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2021
Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Mandy Martin, Alexander Boynes and Tristen Parr
Luminous relic (detail, still) 2017
installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2017
pigment, sand, crusher dust, acrylic and oil on linen; three-channel high-definition, stereo sound score; 6 minutes, 10 seconds.
Geelong Gallery
Gift of Mandy Martin through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2021
Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Creative coding—Luminous relic

5 November to 20 December

Victorian Curriculum Levels 4 to 8—The Arts (Visual Arts, Visual Communication Design) Humanities, Mathematics and Technologies. Cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability

Engage your students with STEM thinking within their visual arts learning through a new digital coding activity in the Gallery exploring Luminous relic (2017), a major collaborative painting and moving image work by Mandy Martin (1952–2021) and Alexander Boynes, with a score by Tristen Parr (exhibited as part of The Mandy Martin Gift). This activity provides rich opportunities to develop students’ problem solving and critical and creative thinking skills.

Free event

To learn more about this program please contact Learning and Audience Engagement Manager Elishia Furet elishia@geelonggallery.org.au or complete a booking form

Program supported by:

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