Jo Law is an artist filmmaker whose works span a number of fields including experimental film and video, installation, interactive and online platforms, screen cultural program, and critical writing. Jo's films and videos have been shown widely across Australia and internationally in screening events such as the 22nd Hong Kong International Film Festival and the 45th Melbourne International Film Festival as well as in international programs in the Philippines, the United States, Norway, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. She has received awards including the Silver Spire Award in New Vision at the San Francisco International Film Festival: Golden Gate Award and Distinguished Award in the Hong Kong Independent Film and Video Awards. Jo's installation works have been shown nationally in Australia as well as in cities like Hong Kong and Taipei. Her interactive online work, Project X, was included in Interactiva at the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Mexico. Her interactive installation, re:-, was exhibited as part of the Perth International Arts Festival in 2005. Jo has a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Western Australia and is currently a phd candidate at Murdoch University.
Artworks Exhibited in a Group Exhibition
Thw World of Things - Awfully Wonderful: Science Fiction in Contemporary Art - Performance Space, Sydney (2011)
Series: Notable commentary on common species of the rocky seashore of Eastern warm temperate biogeographic zone of Australia - Ditto: images in print exhibition - Faculty of Creative Arts Gallery, "ditto" - images in print exhibition (2009)
Series: Notable commentary on common species of the rocky seashore of Eastern warm temperate biogeographic...
re:- - BEAPworks 04, Perth International Arts Festival, John Curtin Gallery, Curtin Gallery, 10 February - 12 June (2005)
Time without end: exploring the temporal experience of wong kar-wai's 2046 through Walter Benjamin, Walter Benjamin and the architecture of modernity (2009)
In this article, I present an analysis of Wong Kar-Wai's films focusing on his 2004...