Bridgette Minuzzo works across diverse media to produce predominantly large-scale works for commissions and projects. She approaches each multi-media work specific to the location, choosing her medium in response to the idea she wishes to express. Processes of cutting, layering, and fitting things together seamlessly, are integral to Bridgette’s digital and sculptural work.
Phantasmagoria extended was the inaugural work in Adelaide Festival Centre’s Moving Image Program and was commissioned for the unveiling of the Outdoor Media Screens on King William Road. It reflects the artist’s preoccupation with light, reflection, pattern, and repetition, and responds to the octagonal shapes repeated in Adelaide Festival Centre’s architecture.
Bridgette’s continuing focus is moving image and soundscapes articulating notions of place and the restorative effects of representations in nature. Bridgette was also commissioned to make moving image projections for Adelaide Festival Centre’s 40th Anniversary in 2015.