‘Miracle Strip’ an exhibition at Dianne Tanzer Gallery 15/6/2013 until 13/7/2013 Sculptures, Photographic Prints and featuring projections for the Gertrude Projection Festival viewable every night Download the press release here Join the Facebook group here Check out this video about my current show ‘Miracle Strip’, featuring an interview that I did with Richard Watts on Triple RRR. Remember the show is in its last days! Here are some gifs of projections nightly at the gallery, they will continue until the end of the Gertrude St Projection […]
Here is a video I produced for Blindside Galleries show ‘Curtain Call’. The video features sound score by Simon Pericich.
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I have collaborated with the folks at the Asuza Concept store to develop this three screen installation. it opens 2nd May, 2013 6-8pm Asuza Concept Store, Level 1, 262 Brunswick St. Fitzroy
2012 Meredith music festival OZ rockers Barbarion teamed up with digital artist Joel Zika for a full live audio visual set. This will be in addition to their amazing pyrotechnical display. check: Joelzika.com barbarion.net mmf.com.au Here is a teaser created for the gig Also I’ve designed these limited edition Stubby Holders for the Band ‘Barbarion‘, they will only be available at their upcoming show.
I’ve designed a 4 screen installation space for this great event for the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. Its called ‘From Here To There’ its at the Melbourne Central overpass on Level 2, Opens this Thursday 1st of Sept.
Wildwoods is an exhibition for the screenspace at Dianne Tanzer Gallery, The show opens saturday, 5th March, 2011 Wildwoods from Joel Zika on Vimeo.
Here is an interview I did with Bronwyn Bailey Charteris, editor of Das Super Paper Download it here http://www.dassuperpaper.com/
Here is the video and images from the installation ‘Terrorium (2010)’ An Animated installation by Joel Zika at No Vacancy Gallery Sound Design by Lachlan Mooney and Finn Robertson Special thanks to Bindi Green, Caspar Zika and Tim Dawson for installation +Thanks to Devon Ackerman, Tamsin Green and Jess Imam for their help on the initial installation in 2009
Here is the video footage of the Fringe Hub 2010, an incredible production design from the team at Melbourne Fringe, Art Direction by Joel Zika, making use of original logo designs by Something Splendid Animation by Joel Zika and Yun Tae Nam photo By Beau McCafferty The work took different forms over the next two weeks was visible most nights from 6pm-1am