Five Points of a Circle: experimental films by Bob Georgeson

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Experimental film maker Bob Georgeson presents a series of films that explore themes of memory, loneliness, alienation, mystery and disquiet. The films also reflect his 5 primary areas of exploration: Socio-political commentary, societal collapse and disintegration, chance encounters and collaboration, seeking the marvellous in the mundane and the impacts of new technologies on human interactions.

Bob lives and works from his studio at Wallaga Lake on the New South Wales far south coast in Australia. He has exhibited at exhibitions, festivals and events around the world including the UK, USA, Russia, France, Netherlands, Serbia, Syria, Taiwan and within Australia. He is a founding member and coordinator of dadaland collective, artist at SPAMM (SuPer Art Modern Museum), featured artist at the Bega Valley Regional Gallery, member of Glitch Artists Collective, curator and artist at The Wrong – New Digital Art Biennale and member of the Community of Practices Emerging (COPE) project in the Bega Valley. He primarily works on collaborative projects in the Creative Commons. His website is:



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