Flinders University Art Museum

Between the Details: Video Art from the ACMI Collection

Showcasing five moving image artworks by Australian artists, this exhibition celebrates ACMI’s vibrant collecting and commissioning program.


Event Details



Event Starts

Feb 19, 2024 10:00

Event Ends

Apr 19, 2024 17:00


Flinders University Museum of Art


Between the Details: Video Art from the ACMI Collection

19 February – 19 April 2024

Flinders University Museum of Art
Flinders University I Sturt Road I  Bedford Park SA 5042

Located ground floor, Social Sciences North building, Bedford Park campus, Flinders University.

Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Thursday until 7pm  
Closed weekends and public holidays



Drawn from ACMI’s vibrant collecting and commissioning program, this touring exhibition features five moving image artworks by acclaimed Australian artists: Kaylene Whiskey, Jason Phu, Deborah Kelly, Zanny Begg and David Rosetzky. Conveying deep themes with great wit and meticulous attention to detail, artworks reflect diverse, experimental and animated narratives of contemporary Australian experience.


Featured artists

Kaylene WhiskeyNgura Pukulpa – Happy Place, 2021

Yankunytjatjara artist Kaylene Whiskey envisions a world where pop culture collides with traditional Anangu culture.

Jason PhuAnalects of Kung Phu, Book 1,The 69 Dialogues between the Lamp and the Shadow, 2021

Jason Phu presents us with a guide for surviving contemporary life through the lens of martial arts films.

Deborah KellyThe Gods of Tiny Things, 2019

Deborah Kelly’s kaleidoscopic video unleashes a vivid collage of animated figures and landscapes cut free from the pages of old magazines and encyclopedias to explore the threats of extinction and the climate crisis, the tolls of colonialism, and the global political shift to the right. 

Zanny BeggThe Beehive, 2018

The Beehive is a non-linear experimental documentary exploring the unsolved murder of Sydney anti-development campaigner Juanita Nielsen.

David RosetzkyGaps, 2014

Gaps embodies Rosetzky’s ongoing exploration of personal identity and the relationship – or ‘gaps’ – between self and other through speech, movement and dance.


Image: Kaylene WhiskeyNgura Pukulpa – Happy Place, 2021, Courtesy Kaylene Whiskey and Iwantja Arts. Photo: Max Mackinnon.

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