Matthew Riley

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  • ISEA2016

    Matthew Riley is a lecturer in animation, games and interactivity at RMIT University, Melbourne (AU) and doctoral researcher at Swinburne University who has received international and national recognition for his practice. He has exhibited at venues including the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Monash University Museum of Art, The Centre for Contemporary Photography and Field 36 Gallery, featuring in publications including HOW Magazine (New York), IdN Magazine (Hong Kong), The Architectural Review Asia Pacific (Melbourne) and Experimenta (Melbourne).

    He has been invited to speak at numerous conferences, festivals and institutions including The London College of Communication (United Kingdom), xCoAx (Portugal), ISEA2014 (United Arab Emirates), NHK Broadcasting Corporation (Japan), Milia (France), The Society for Animation Studies (Australia), CODE – A Media, Games & Art Conference, (Australia) and Freeplay Independent Games Festival (Australia). He is a member of the Playable Media Lab at RMIT University and GaRaG: Games Research Group at Swinburne University.


    Matthew Riley, AU, is a PhD candidate at Swinburne University and lecturer at RMIT University. His work has been featured in international exhibitions and publications and he has spoken at events and venues including the Milia Conference (France), The London College of Communication (U.K.), NHK Broadcasting (Japan), xCoAx2014 (Portugal) and The Society for Animation Studies (Melbourne).


    Ovid Media is Jason Frank & Matthew Riley. Ovid Media has been working in the medium of digital video for seven years; recently exploring the emerging arena of broadband streaming and live performance based manipulation of video. Through this new medium of live manipulation Ovid Media has been able to completely circumvent the limitations of linear video in the live performance environment. Currently, by working with electronic musicians, we have been able to create multimedia presentations that are improvisational and dynamic through the use of networked computers that are creating music and manipulating projected video.

Last Known Location:

  • Melbourne, Australia

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