This page features recent and forthcoming projects by Tracey Benson. There are three sections : art based projects, writing projects and online engagement projects with clients.
- Kochi AR Sustainability Journey, December 2014
- Finding Ghosts, Canberra Contemporary Art space, December 2014
- Words for Water, Photoaccess October 2014
- Cultural Strangers, Turkish Embassy Canberra, October 2014
- Ghosts of K Road, ADA Mesh Cities, Auckland September 2014
- Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014
- Walks of Absent Memory, ADA MESH Cities, Dunedin 2013
- Words for Water is an ongoing cross-media project, initiated by Tracey Benson in 2013
- Finding Balance: Mura Gadi is the title of an exhibition but Tracey Benson at Belconnen Art Centre in 2013. The work has been developed from a series of walks in the Australian Capital Territory and southern New South Wales.
- SCANZ2013 was a residency, symposium and exhibition in the Taranaki region of New Zealand.
- Cultural Strangers explores the many layers of Turkish history and culture from the perspective of a traveler and cultural observer. This project started development before the trip to Turkey in Sept-Oct 2011, by way of research into a number of social and environmental aspects of some the locations on our journey. This project was the foundation of an artist residency at Babayan Culture House in Ibrahimpaşa, a small village in the Cappdocia region of Turkey.
Forthcoming projects include:
- Artist intervention for Long Time No See? , Kochi December 2014, Canberra 2015
- SCANZ2015 Water*Peace, January 2015
- Bangalore AR Heritage Journey, TBA
- “Visibility, Sound and Presence”, Manhattan Phrase 40.74279, -74.008981 to 40.728411, -73.975679, Shannon Novak, 2014
- Locating Emerging Media Edited by Ben Aslinger and Germaine Halegoua, January 2014
- Mobile Media Practices, Presence and Politics Edited by Kathleen M. Cuminskey & Larissa Hjorth, June 2013
Tracey is also working on other projects including Remote Connections, which focuses on working collaboratively with remote Indigenous communities in Australia to co-design web based tools for flexible delivery, and a long standing blog Mediakult which focuses on media arts, theory and cultures.
While you are on Facebook, you can also find Tracey and Marty’s geokult page at www.facebook.com/geokult
Some of Tracey’s archived projects can be seen at Tracey’s Treasure Trove.
The publication for Cowgrrls is listed on Trove.