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Crooks, the Disruptor

The Weekend Australian's Review have published it's inaugural Hot 10 special edition, 'introducing readers to the brightest talent of 2016 - the artists to watch'. And Daniel Crooks has been nominated as the Disruptor. Read more

Media Release: Applications open IPMIC no. 3

Applications now closed for the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission no. 3

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IPMIC Exhibition Catalogues now available

Exhbition catalogues have now been published by ACMI for both Phantom Ride and The Calling, the first two Moving Image Commission. Read more

Event: Daniel Crooks Presents

Daniel Crooks Presents: On Art and (The Manipulation of) Time
Tuesday 23 February 2016 Read more

Artist Biography: Daniel Crooks

Daniel Crooks is the second recipient of the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission Read more

Media Release: Phantom Ride Exhibition

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and The Ian Potter Cultural Trust are proud to present the world premiere of 'Phantom Ride', a brand new work by one of Australia’s leading moving image artists, Melbourne-based Daniel Crooks. Practising across a range of media including digital video, photography and installation, Crooks’ work plays with the notion of time, stretching and distorting reality while questioning our perception of it. Read more

Work-in-progress: Phantom Ride

Phantom Ride explores the link between tracks and time, a Moving Image Commission update Read more

Media Release: Winner of Second Ian Potter Moving Image Commission

The second $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commission for new works by mid-career Australian artists has been awarded to celebrated Melbourne-based video artist, Daniel Crooks. Read more

Announcement: Applications Open IPMIC No. 2

Applications open for the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission no. 2. Expressions of interest are sought until Tuesday 17 June 2014. Read more

Media Release: The Calling Exhibition Open

The Ian Potter Moving Image Commission (IPMIC) is thrilled to announce that the new work by acclaimed artist Angelica Mesiti The Calling opens today. After fifteen months of work, filming in three countries; this ambitious moving-image artwork will reside at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) until 13 July. Read more

Artist Biography: Angelica Mesiti

Angelica is the inaugural recipient of the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission. Angelica is a video, performance and installation artist based in Sydney and Paris. Read more

Interview: Angelica Mesiti

ACMI Curator Amita Kirpalani interviews Angelica Mesiti about The Calling, the first work to be commissioned by the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission. Read more

Media Release: The Calling Exhibition dates

The Ian Potter Moving Image Commission proudly announces the world premiere exhibition The Calling, by acclaimed Australian artist Angelica Mesiti. Opening on Tuesday 4 February at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) with free admittance, the exhibition will run through until Sunday 13 July, 2014. Read more

Media release: Winner of Inaugural Ian Potter Moving Image Commission

The inaugural Ian Potter Moving Image Commission (IPMIC), valued at $100,000, has been awarded to Australian video artist Angelica Mesiti. Read more

Announcement: First IPMIC applications open

Applications are now open for Australia's largest moving image art commission program Read more

Media Release: The Ian Potter Moving Image Commission launched

ACMI and The Ian Potter Cultural Trust join forces on Australia's biggest commission of contemporary moving image art Read more