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Endless cult film is no escape from the march of time

Endless cult film is no escape from the march of time

The Clock is as much contemplative object as an artwork, and it's strangely addictive.

David Bowie is … at it again

David Bowie is … at it again

The construction of the David Bowie narrative continues with David Bowie is, a new exhibition celebrating 50 years of one of the era’s most influential artists, writes Peter Farnan.

Exhibition review: the ACMI’s <em>Game Masters</em>

Exhibition review: the ACMI’s Game Masters

The ACMI's exemplary exhibition Game Masters -- among the very best of its kind -- proves that video games belong in cultural spaces, writes a gobsmacked Game On's Daniel Golding.

Video games as art exhibitions: an interview with ACMI curator Conrad Bodman

Video games as art exhibitions: an interview with ACMI curator Conrad Bodman

Using video games in art exhibitions brings tantalising opportunities to explore form and medium. Daniel Golding speaks with ACMI's Head of Exhibitions, Conrad Bodman, about its Game Masters exhibition.

Screen Masters: launch week

Screen Masters: launch week

In what is shaping up to be potentially the most exciting week for videogames in our history, Games Masters, ACMI's new exhibition, launched this week, writes Dan Golding.

The Baillieu Dump: why classic films are destroyed after release

The Baillieu Dump: why classic films are destroyed after release

"Walls of film" are destroyed after commercial release because of the high cost of finding adequate storage, writes Rebekah Bell, a Swinburne University journalism student.

Dreams didn’t come true at ACMI’s Disney exhibition

Dreams didn’t come true at ACMI’s Disney exhibition

New Disney exhibition Dreams Come True at Melbourne's ACMI centre boasts more than a splash of great artwork but its official association with the Big Mouse inevitably restricts challenging discussions about artistic strengths and weaknesses, writes Stephen Rowley.