Had a great time chatting with host Frank Candiloro on 3CR's brill radio show Queering the Air! We talked about my comics and film work, past inspirations, favourite works and what's planned for the future.
You can listen to the April 28th episode here -
I have a new full-colour comic up on Entropy Magazine’s website!
Huge thank you to AD Keith McCleary who took the time out of a big house move to layout a house comic
My projection piece COSMIC ECHO will be screening in Florida as part of Digital Graffiti 2019, May 17-18th, Alys Beach.
Very excited to be part of one of the most venerated projection art festivals in the world!
Here’s a Q&A I did for their website
The coloured version of my comic ‘We Connected Across a River, Through a Vast Space, Just the Two of Us’ is up on Entropy Magazine’s website - big thank you to AD Keith McCleary for the gorgeous layout!
If you're in Adelaide you can check out my projection piece 'Cosmic Echo' playing for a few more days on the exhibition screens
Thank you to Seb and the team at AFC
David C Mahler – Cosmic Echo, 01:34 mins
Cosmic Echo depicts the flow of energies and by extension the element of consciousness through space, celestial bodies and forms of life. Presented as an infinite loop moving between the micro - the human eye - and the macro – a theoretical vast well of consciousness at the centre of the universe - this piece aims to present the cyclical nature of reality. The first half of the film depicts abstracted representations of creation before reaching the halfway point a mandala of consciousness where the two screens combine for a split second. Both screens then flip and reverse, thus playing out the inevitable destruction.
David animated this piece using a mixture of mediums, including spray paint, digital animation, traditional animation and film. Site specific four channel projection installation Cosmic Echo, created for the Signal Screens Commission 2017, City of Melbourne. Screened at Signal Art Space for the month of September 2017.
Thank you to Freya Pitt, Yandell Walton, Signal and the City of Melbourne.