RLX:tech specialises in meditation strategies to manage the demands of your connected life. Our perennial waiting room features augmented, artist-designed wall hangings that are accessible through a simple, free app available for smart devices. Once activated, they stream a range of guided meditations designed to alleviate many common psycho-social-media ailments.
A new language of interaction is evolving, and the emerging codes can be confusing (read but not replied), unpredictable (gangnam style) and tiresome (#yolo). In a recursive nod, RLX:tech provides space for you to manage these stressors through the very devices that trigger them.
5 – 8pm Saturday 1 July 2017
Suite 7, Level 1, Moonah Centre, 113 – 115 Main Road, Moonah 7009
Enter from Hopkins St, up the stairs.
1 July – 29 July
Open Saturdays 10 – 4 and by appointment
Kate Geck is an artist working with digital and sensory space. Her work considers ways that technology can skew and amplify sensory experience. She works with acrylic sculpture, neon, kaleidoscopic projections and augmented, digitally printed substrates. These works explore modes of materialising the immaterial, often processing mediated experiences into something tangible.
Exhibitions include Athens Digital Art Fest 2016, NARS NY, ISEA 2015 (Vancouver), International Centre for Contemporary Art (Singapore), San Francisco Art Festival, Nextwave, NGV Studios, Liquid Architecture, Channels and L’Atelier Kunst (Berlin). She has received awards from Australia Council, City of Yarra, NAVA, Copyright Agency, commissions from State Library of QLD, Metaverse Makeovers, RMIT, SIGNAL, Polyglot, Brisbane Festival.