ROSS RUDESCH HARLEY
Lives & works in (Australia) Very active in: 90s, 2000s, Current decade
Ross Rudesch Harley is an artist and writer with more. He works with VHS, Video8, Hi8, audiocassettes, vinyl records, books, DVDs Quicktime and MP3 files than can fit in his studio. Some of his most famous works are Digital Garden I-IV (1992-94), Woman in Room 32 (1994), and The Forgotten Adventures of Krazy Kat (1996).
In the end of the 1990´s Harley left his work with videos to join a circus, that he has worked with ever since. Though he took up his old work with art part time again after a few years. Now When not travelling with the circus, he teaches in the Theatre/Film Department at the University of New South Wales, dividing his time between Sydney and Bogota.
His videos and installations were exhibited in places like the Zhu Qizhan Gallery in Shanghai, Corbusier's Chandigarh Art Museum in India, and in the "Video Viewpoints" series at New York's MoMA. Earlier projects include Digital Garden I-IV (1992-94), Woman in Room 32 (1994), and The Forgotten Adventures of Krazy Kat (1996).