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DR VINCE DZIEKAN

Senior Lecturer

Dr Vince Dziekan is Director of Graduate Research in Design in the Faculty of Art Design & Architecture at Monash University.

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His research focuses on the impact of digital technologies on curatorial design and wider implication on exhibition-based practices. This interdisciplinary investigation is articulated in Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition (Intellect Books/UK). His research is affiliated with the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne and the Foundation for Art & Creative Technology (FACT) in Liverpool, UK. Additionally, he is Digital Media Curator of The Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA).

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Demonstration exhibition – The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2008

Faculty Gallery: Melbourne, 2008

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Customized iPod interface, Room brochure, Wall-mounted and table display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Installation view of Demonstration exhibition – The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2008

Faculty Gallery: Melbourne, 2008

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Customized iPod interface, Room brochure, Wall-mounted and table display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Carte-de-visite from Demonstration exhibition – The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2008

Faculty Gallery: Melbourne, 2008

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Customized iPod interface, Room brochure, Wall-mounted and table display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
The Ammonight Ardor, Or Objectiles from a Waking Dream
2009

Cube 37 – Frankston Arts Centre: Melbourne, 2009

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Table displays. Variable installation. Video remixing and projection mapping: Gavin Pert.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History (2008-09)

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Customized iPod interface, Room brochure, Wall-mounted and table display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition: Curatorial Design for the Multimedial Museum
2012

Intellect Books: Bristol, UK. ISBN 9781841504766

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Installation view of The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2009

ISEA2009 Ormeau Baths Gallery: Belfast, 2009

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Customized iPod interface, Room brochure, Wall-mounted and table display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Installation views of The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2009

ISEA2009 Ormeau Baths Gallery: Belfast, 2009

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Customized iPod interface, Room brochure, Wall-mounted and table display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Installation view of The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2009

ISEA2009 Ormeau Baths Gallery: Belfast, 2009

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, Digital media, Customized iPod interface, Room brochure, Wall-mounted and table display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Installation view of (Mirabilia from) The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2009

fortyfivedownstairs: Melbourne, 2009

Digital prints, Laser cut Perspex, QR-Codes and network-accessed digital content, Wall-mounted display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
(Mirabilia from) The Ammonite Order, Or Objectiles for an (Un) Natural History
2009

fortyfivedownstairs: Melbourne, 2009

Digital print, Laser cut Perspex, QR-Codes and network-accessed digital content, Wall-mounted display. Variable installation.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Offprint of ‘Notes on Demonstration Exhibition: The Ammonite Order, Or, Objectiles For An (Un) Natural History'
2010

Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 17 Issue 1 – Mish Mash, Fall 2010

www.leoalmanac.org/index.php/lea/entry/the_ammonite_order/

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
Leonardo Electronic Almanac – Digital Media Exhibition Platform (2010-12)

Exhibition listing 2010-12

Curatoriate: Vince Dziekan, Lanfranco Aceti & Christiane Paul

(Chronological order, from Top Left): (1) Paul Catanese, Visible from Space. September 2010; (2) Jane Prophet, Explorations of Structure. October 2010; (3) ASCI, Planet Earth, Co-curated with Cynthia Pannucci. January 2011; (4) Karen Casey, The Global Mind Project. February 2011; (5) Judit Hersko, Annas's Cabinet of Curiosities. March 2011; (6) The Southern Ocean Studies. May 2011; (7) United Visual Artists, High Arctic. July-August 2011; (8) Scenocosme, Interactive relationships. October 2011; (9) The Body Is A Big Place. November 2011; (10) Ken Rinaldo, Parasitism to Symbiosis. January 2012; (11) Biotopia Revisted. Co-curated with Morten Sondergaard. February 2012; and (12) Walczak & Wattenberg, SEETIME. March-April 2012.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
The World Is Everything That Is The Case
2011

Uncontainable, Cumhuriyet Art Gallery, Maksem, Istanbul, Turkey (14 September – 7 October 2011). Australian representation at ISEA2011 Istanbul and part of the parallel program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

Curatoriate: Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan & Paul Thomas; Exhibition Manager: Chris Malcolm.

Istanbul Panorama, with featured work: Karen Casey, Meditation Wall 2011. Video projection. Variable dimensions.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Uncontainable, Cumhuriyet Art Gallery, Maksem, Istanbul, Turkey (14 September – 7 October 2011). Australian representation at ISEA2011 Istanbul and part of the parallel program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

Curatoriate: Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan & Paul Thomas; Exhibition Manager: Chris Malcolm

Istanbul Panorama, with featured work: Mark Cypher, Propositions 2.0 2011. Suitcase containing sand, Kinect camera, projector, games engine software. Variable dimensions.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Uncontainable, Cumhuriyet Art Gallery, Maksem, Istanbul, Turkey (14 September – 7 October 2011). Australian representation at ISEA2011 Istanbul and part of the parallel program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

Curatoriate: Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan & Paul Thomas; Exhibition Manager: Chris Malcolm.

Istanbul Panorama, with featured work: Tina Gonsalves, Chameleon 2008-10. Emotionally interactive video project exploring emotional contagion. Variable dimensions.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Uncontainable, Cumhuriyet Art Gallery, Maksem, Istanbul, Turkey (14 September – 7 October 2011). Australian representation at ISEA2011 Istanbul and part of the parallel program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

Curatoriate: Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan & Paul Thomas; Exhibition Manager: Chris Malcolm.

Istanbul Panorama, with featured work: Mark Guglielmetti, Travelogue: a recording of minute expressions 2011. Digital media installation, electronic components, LCD displays, software, code. Variable dimensions.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Uncontainable, Cumhuriyet Art Gallery, Maksem, Istanbul, Turkey (14 September – 7 October 2011). Australian representation at ISEA2011 Istanbul and part of the parallel program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

Curatoriate: Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan & Paul Thomas; Exhibition Manager: Chris Malcolm.

Istanbul Panorama, with featured work: Nigel Helyer, Weeping Willow 2011. Mixed media and audio. 250cm (w) 130cm (d).

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Uncontainable, Cumhuriyet Art Gallery, Maksem, Istanbul, Turkey (14 September – 7 October 2011). Australian representation at ISEA2011 Istanbul and part of the parallel program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

Curatoriate: Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan & Paul Thomas; Exhibition Manager: Chris Malcolm.

Istanbul Panorama, with featured work: Mitchell Whitelaw, Local Colour 2011. Cardboard, vinyl. Variable dimensions.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Communication design, including graphic identity, publication, posters.

Art Direction: Vince Dziekan; Graphic Design and Prepress: Shannon Collins. Left: Sheet, featuring Karen Casey, Meditation Wall 2011 and Mark Cypher, Propositions 2.0 2011. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (ISEA2011); Right: Sheet, featuring Tina Gonsalves, Chameleon 2008-10 and Mark Guglielmetti, Travelogue: a recording of minute expressions 2011. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (ISEA2011).

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Communication design, including graphic identity, publication, posters.

Art Direction: Vince Dziekan; Graphic Design and Prepress: Shannon Collins. Left: Sheet, featuring Nigel Helyer, Weeping Willow 2011 and Mitchell Whitelaw, Local Colour 2011. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (ISEA2011); Right: Sheet, Titling for The World Is Everything That Is The Case – Australian Representation at ISEA2011/Istanbul, and the Official Parallel Program of the 12th Istanbul Biennial. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (ISEA2011).

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

John Curtin Gallery, Perth, WA (1 June – 5 August 2012).

Curatoriate: Sean Cubitt, Vince Dziekan & Paul Thomas; Exhibition Manager: Chris Malcolm; Participating Artists: Karen Casey, Mark Cypher, Tina Gonsalves, Mark Guglielmetti, Nigel Helyer and Mitchell Whitelaw.

From Top Left: (1) Tina Gonsalves, Chameleon 2008-10. Emotionally interactive video project exploring emotional contagion. Variable dimensions; (2) Mark Cypher, Propositions 2.0 2011. Suitcase containing sand, Kinect camera, projector, games engine software. Variable dimensions; (3) Nigel Helyer, Weeping Willow 2011. Mixed media and audio. 250cm (w) 130cm (d); (4 & 8) Mitchell Whitelaw, Local Colour 2011. Cardboard, vinyl. Variable dimensions; (5 & 9) Karen Casey, Meditation Wall 2011. Video projection. Variable dimensions; (6) Mitchell Whitelaw, Local Colour 2011. Cardboard, vinyl. Variable dimensions; (7) Mark Guglielmetti, Travelogue: a recording of minute expressions 2011. Digital media installation, electronic components, LCD displays, software, code. Variable dimensions; (10) Nigel Helyer, Weeping Willow 2011. Mixed media and audio. 250cm (w) 130cm (d); (11) Installation view with Karen Casey, Meditation Wall 2011 and Nigel Helyer, Weeping Willow 2011; and (12) Mark Guglielmetti, Travelogue: a recording of minute expressions 2011. Digital media installation, electronic components, LCD displays, software, code. Variable dimensions.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Communication design, including graphic identity, publication, posters. Art Direction: Vince Dziekan; Graphic Design and Prepress: Shannon Collins.

Left: Sheet, featuring Karen Casey, Meditation Wall 2011 and Mark Cypher, Propositions 2.0 2011. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (John Curtin Gallery); Right: Sheet, featuring Tina Gonsalves, Chameleon 2008-10 and Mark Guglielmetti, Travelogue: a recording of minute expressions 2011. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (John Curtin Gallery).

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Communication design, including graphic identity, publication, posters.

Art Direction: Vince Dziekan; Graphic Design and Prepress: Shannon Collins.

Left: heet, featuring Nigel Helyer, Weeping Willow 2011 and Mitchell Whitelaw, Local Colour 2011. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (John Curtin Gallery); Right: Sheet, Titling for The World Is Everything That Is The Case, John Curtin Gallery, Perth. A2, double-sided. Set of 4, Limited edition series (John Curtin Gallery).


Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
exUrban Screens

Communication design.

Art Direction: Vince Dziekan; Graphic Design: Shannon Collins. Layar augmented reality guide: Yun Tae Nam.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer
exUrban Screens: Is There Light In Outer Space?
2012

Cube 37, Peninsula Building and various site-specific locations in the City of Frankston (23 June – 7 July 2012)

Curatoriate: Vince Dziekan & Matthew Perkins; Project Manager: Merryn Tinkler

Participating Artists: ACAB Collective (AUS), Brian Alfred (USA), Heba Amin (EGY/GER), Ahmed Basiony (EGY), Paul Catanese (USA), Sophie Clements (UK), Ian de Gruchy (AUS), Nicolas Feldmeyer (SWI), Christopher Handran (AUS), Chris Howlett (AUS), Sigalit Landau (ISR), Karl Lemieux (CAN), David Rosetzky (AUS), Darren Sylvester (AUS), John Warwicker (UK/AUS), Kit Wise (AUS).

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Frankston Arts Centre, Cube 37, Peninsula Building and various site-specific locations in the City of Frankston. 23 June – 7 July 2012

Curatoriate: Vince Dziekan & Matthew Perkins; Project Manager: Merryn Tinkler

(Clockwise, from Top Left): (1) ACAB Collective (Based in Melbourne), Fauxtopia, 2012 (installation view, (Outer) Spaces program); (2) Brian Alfred (USA, Lives and works New York), It’s already the end of the world, 2009 (installation view, Media façade, Cube 37). Animation. 6:58 min. Courtesy the artist and Haunch of Venison Gallery; (3) Paul Catanese (USA, Lives and works Chicago), Visible from Space, 2010-present. Series of digital images, Video “field tests”. Various durations; and (4) Boxcopy (Brisbane) represented by Chris Howlett, Metropolis: Part I-III, 2009 (installation view, (Outer) Spaces program). Also presented: Christopher Handran, Instamatic, 2012. Video. 11:55min.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Frankston Arts Centre, Cube 37, Peninsula Building and various site-specific locations in the City of Frankston. 23 June – 7 July 2012

Curatoriate: Vince Dziekan & Matthew Perkins; Project Manager: Merryn Tinkler

(Clockwise, from Top Left): (1) Heba Amin (Egypt, Lives and works Berlin), My love for you, Egypt, increases by the day, 2012 (installation view, Cube 37). 8mm film digitized/Speak2Tweet messages. 6:18 min. Arabic (English subtitles). Heba Amin, sound by Marc Fantini; (2) Ahmed Basiony (Egypt, 1978-2011). Thirty says running in the place, 2012 (installation view, Cube 37). 2 screen video audio installation. 14:00 min. Arabic (English subtitles). Special thanks to Shady El Noshokaty and the family of Ahmed Basiony; (3) Ian de Gruchy (Australia. Lives and works in Melbourne), Night Beacon, 2012 (installation view, (Outer) Spaces program). Digital media, projection mapped onto Peninsula Building, Frankston; and (4) Sophie Clements (UK, Lives and works London), How We Fall, 2012 (installation view, (Outer) Spaces program). Video. Loop. Stereo sound. Film by Sophie Clements. Sound by Sophie Clements and Jo Wills.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Frankston Arts Centre, Cube 37, Peninsula Building and various site-specific locations in the City of Frankston. 23 June – 7 July 2012

Curatoriate: Vince Dziekan & Matthew Perkins; Project Manager: Merryn Tinkler

(Clockwise, from Top Left): (1) Nicolas Feldmeyer (Switzerland. Lives and works in London), Untitled (Wasteland), 2012. Video. 1:51 minutes; (2) Sigalit Landau (Israel, Lives and works Tel Aviv), Azkelon, 2011 (installation view, Cube 37). HD-Video, 16:32 min. Courtesy the artist and Kamel Mennour, Paris; (3) John Warwicker (UK, Lives and works Melbourne), The Colours in the World are not the Colours that I see (Colour Code), 2012. Digital media. Variable. Produced in collaboration with Indae Hwang and Yun Tae Nam; and (4) Darren Sylvester (Australian, Lives and works Melbourne), I Was The Last In The Carpenters’ Garden, 2008. Digital video. 13:14 min. Courtesy the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney.

Dr Vince Dziekan, Senior Lecturer

Frankston Arts Centre, Cube 37, Peninsula Building and various site-specific locations in the City of Frankston. 23 June – 7 July 2012

Curatoriate: Vince Dziekan & Matthew Perkins; Project Manager: Merryn Tinkler

(Clockwise, from Top Left): (1) Karl Lemieux (Canada, Lives and works Montreal), Mamori, 2010. Film (digitized). 8 minutes; (2) David Rosetzky (Australia, Lives and works Melbourne), ♥ forever, 2010 (installation view, (Outer) Spaces program). Single channel HD digital video, colour, sound. 20:46 minutes. Courtesy the artist and Sutton Gallery, Melbourne; (3) Brian Alfred, Special Edition content for augmented reality exhibition. Produced in collaboration with Vince Dziekan and Yun Tae Nam; and (4) Kit Wise (Aus/UK, Lives and works in Melbourne), Disaster (tsunami trilogy) 1-3, 2012 (installation view, (Outer) Spaces program). Digital print. Courtesy Sarah Scout, Melbourne.

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