Dr Wade Marynowsky is an academic, artist and researcher specialising in experimental and emerging art forms, including robotics, immersive and interactive installation, performance, music and video. His practice typically draws on technology and programmed structures to create works that straddle humour, high-camp and a host of unnerving thematic orientations to absorbing effect.
Since 1998 he has established himself as a leading artist in the field of new media arts, achieving significant critical praise and international recognition for his performances and exhibitions. In recent years, Marynowsky's work has been presented internationally, at numerous events and venues including:
● The International Triennial of New Media Art, National Art Museum of China.
● The 2nd International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Poznan, Poland.
● National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea.
● The International Symposium of Electronic Art, Sydney.
● National Performing Arts Centre, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
● Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Art Gallery.
● Contemporary Art Tasmania/MONA FOMA.
● Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
● The 17th Biennale of Sydney.
● Performance Space, Sydney.
● National Gallery of Victoria.
● Artspace, Sydney.
Marynowsky has been a frequent recipient of highly competitive research funding, securing numerous grants from the Australia Council for the Arts, Arts NSW, The Australian Network for Art and Technology and Artspace Sydney. He has been awarded competitive commissions for the development of new work from Performance Space, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Artspace Sydney and Experimenta Media Arts. He has attended research residencies at Carnegie Mellon University, USA, Concordia University and The Darling Foundry, Montreal, Canada. Artist residencies include, the Sapporo Artist in Residency program, S-AIR, Japan and various residency locations across Australia.