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Collingwood
VIC 3066 AUST.

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Emile Zile Photo Deceased

Opening: Tuesday 27 April, 6-8pm Dates: 27 April-15 May 2004

Large-format video-still portraits of decaying advertising faces. Bus Gallery Melbourne.

Emile Zile is an artist, filmmaker and performer.

Emile Zile’s multifaceted practice examines the effects of the mediation of experience through communications technology.
Building on a background of live and single-channel video, his work utilises site-specific performance, portraiture and filmmaking to capture the traces of humanity inscribed on the remnants of a digital culture.

Emile received a BFA degree from RMIT Media Arts Melbourne before relocating to Amsterdam in 2007 to commence a MFA degree at the Sandberg Institute. In 2012 he began a two year studio residency at the Rjksakademie van beldeende kunsten, Amsterdam. Recent exhibitions, screenings and performances include Sydney Contemporary, Mes56 Jogjakarta, MCA Sydney, IMA Brisbane, National Gallery of Victoria Australia.