A not-terribly-up-to-date list of exhibitions and presentations.
More recent documentation can be found here: www.petermorse.net
April 17-18: New Fulldome Work-in-Progress (details TBA), Australasian Planetarium Society conference, Launceston Planetarium, QVMAG, Launceston, Tasmania.
March 18: “2009-10 MHF Expedition Heritage Visualisation”, Mawson’s Huts Foundation annual seminar, Museum of Australia, Sydney.
October: “Envisioning the Sublime: New Representations of the Antarctic in the Information Age” – public lecture, University of Tasmania. Part of the series ‘Antarctica – the Cultural Challenge,’ – the two other speakers were Sir Guy Green and Professor Tom Griffiths (ANU).
April: “Frozen In Time” presented by the Royal Institution of Australia at the Mawson Collection, South Australian Museum.
March: The Dome Project Symposium (ANAT / Adelaide Film Festival 2009) ; Adelaide Film Festival, Sunday 1st March 11am-12.30pm Bradley Forum, Uni SA. Moderator: Jennie Zeiher Panellists: David Beining (domefest), Monica Zetlin (Melbourne Planetarium), Scott Hessels, Warik Lawrance (Melbourne Planetarium), Amanda Phillips, Peter Morse and Chris Fluke
February: Western Australian Supercomputer Program User’s Group Meeting : Monday 16 February 2009. ‘Using Social Networking to Disseminate Research Results’ – Peter Morse, Research & Consultation for Digital Media, Visualisation and Exhibition Development
August: “Frozen In Time: Mawson’s Huts, Antarctica.” Fulldome digital programme for Horizon – The Planetarium (Scitech, Perth, Western Australia)
A three screen stereoscopic stochastic video installation. HD stereoscopic video material was shot during my 3 month voyage aboard the M.V. Vasiliy Golovnin on an Australian Antarctic Division Arts Fellowship in 2005-6. Video production and Audio design by Peter Morse, software by Paul Bourke.
An interactive installation that allowed viewers to select an image via a mouse on the plinth, which would then to full-screen on the projection screen. Images comprised original black and white glass plates by Frank Hurley (digitally restored 1911-14 AAE) and full 360º stereoscopic cylindrical panoramas taken by Peter Morse. Software by Paul Bourke.
– Large scale prints of several 360º degree cylindrical panoramas.