- Date: 29/10/2004
- Venue: Singapore Art Museum, The Block, Queensland University of Technology Creative Industries Precinct
- Artist: Paul Abad, ACID, Soonkoon Ang, AOI, beanbagbeanpaste (supported by ANT), Claire Chippendale, Shu Lea Cheung, Monique Cronje, Dance&Soul, Julia Dowe, Dsico (that no talent hack), Lawrence English, Candy Factory, Zhang Ga, Hippocampus Abdominulus, Yuko Ichimura, Saiful Idris, Patrick King, Mcarthur, Omega Red, Kai Lam, Charles Lim, Ang Song Ming, Sherman Ong, Cameron Owen, Pixel Slut 9000, Jean Poole, Preto, Jim Prevett, Puzahki, Puzahki, SelfHelp, Simulcast, Anto Skene, Grant Stevens, Yew Sun, Lucas Surtie, Lee Sze-Chin, Dennis Tan, Tsunamii.net, Jacqui Vial, Cyril Wong, Xantha, Susan Yeung
- Curator: Thea Baumann, Arto Mato, Arich Lau, Joe Walsh
- Sponsor: SENI Art, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia Council for the Arts, National Heritage Board Singapore, National Arts Council Singapore, Arts Queensland, Brisbane City Council, Arts Victoria, Australian Film Commission, The Gallery, NEC, Touche, Apple, Tourism Queensland, Nie, Esplanade, SIGGRAPH Singapore, Asialink
- Institution: Singapore Arts Museum, Earl Lu Gallery, LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts Singapore, The Substation, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, p-10, Nanyang Technological University, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Art Center Nabi, Switch Media, Videotage, Experimenta
zero-gravity is a result of tsunamii.net’s residency with MAAP and QUT Creative Industries in August 2004 and is presented as part of MAAP in Singpore at the Singapore Art Museum.
The opening reception of Gravity couples with a culture jam between Singapore and Brisbane. tsunamii.net presents zero-gravity: a broadcasting station in the form of a party which features a live broadband link-up between Singapore and Brisbane, Australia.
Featuring the works of artists, djs, vjs, this is a night of mish-mash signals form an eclectic international mix. A one-nigh-only interactive multimedia fiesta!
The setting of a party is conscious for the work as it situates itself in the art gallery/museum context. Through this installation, tsunamii.net is interested in transforming the setting in the art gallery/museum to create a dialogue between art, design, music, fashion and lifestyle. Wired between Brisbane, Australia and Singapore, this is a party happening simultaneously in two spaces in the world.