Jalleh's digital world's shift between hyper-reality and abstract, blending real and imagined landscapes.
Tristan Jalleh is a Malaysian-Australian video artist and music video director currently based in Hanoi. He is also a member of the Sydney based QPOC art collective Club Ate (with Justin Shoulder, Bhenji Ra, Corin Ileto). In recent years he has produced work for the NGA, NGV Triennial, MONA FOMA, Sydney Biennale, Australian Centre for Photography, Australian Centre for Moving Image, AsiaTOPA Festival, Melbourne RISING Festival, Heart of Cyberpunk Festival in Hong Kong, Viacom Centre for Contemporary Art in Vietnam, as well as collaborations with numerous music artists and festivals.
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Mnemory Palace II
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Mnemory Palace II alludes to a fictive site with the ability to stimulate the retrieval of personal and collective memories. The portrait orientation of the display screen and the overlay of animated graphics makes obvious connections for the viewer between the work and the more intimate interface of the smartphone.
Commissioned by The Australian Centre For Photography, 2020