Shaun Gladwell: Stereo Sequences interviews



Melbourne, Australia

Shaun Gladwell: Stereo Sequences' is the first in the 'New Horizons' series of ACMI commissions. Gladwell uses filmic devices such as slow-motion and long pans to capture both tightly choreographed and improvised performances by breakdancers, skateboarders and BMX bike riders in a combination of rural and city settings. The resulting works, which he describes as "performative landscapes" are both rhythmic and poetic - distorting speed, gravity, space and time; exploring visual and spatial paradoxes. He discusses his art practice and his collaboration with other performers and artists for this exhibition. Other interviews include; Sarah Tutton (ACMI curator), Josh Raymond (Gladwell producer) Vivienne Wong (Australian Ballet) and Lamaroc (street dancer).


  • Title: Shaun Gladwell: Stereo Sequences interviews
  • Date: 2011
  • Sound / Silent: Sound
  • Production team: Csilla Csongvay, Jason White and David Withers
  • Interviewee/s: Shaun Gladwell
  • Duration: 6:55:00
  • Country of Production: Australia
  • Colour / Black & white: Colour

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