Wade Marynowsky is an inter-disciplinary artist and researcher who works across 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.
He has presented work in the UK, Poland, Germany, Canada, Japan, China, Holland and whilst traveling aboard a Silja cruise liner across the Baltic Sea. In August the National Gallery of Victoria will hold his first major survey exhibition Nostalgia for Obsolete Futures.
Marynowsky has exhibited and performed nationally and internationally since 1998. Recent highlights include, The Acconci Robot, International Triennial of New Media Art, National Art Museum of China, 2014 and Black Casino, MONA FOMA, Contemporary Art Tasmania, 2013. Marynowsky was highly commended in The Premier of Queensland's National New Media Art Award, Gallery of Modern Art, (GOMA), and exhibited in the International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Poznan, Poland, 2010. In 2009 Marynowsky exhibited The Hosts: A Masquerade Of Improvising Automatons, at Performance Space, Sydney and Autonomous Improvisation v.1 in the annual Primavera exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. In 2014 the National Gallery of Victoria held his first major survey exhibition Nostalgia for Obsolete Futures.