NON is a collaborative moving image practice for the arts. We work with artists and cultural organisations across various means of capture and transmission.
NON acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the unceded lands and waters on which our work is produced and pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.
An engagement with the intersecting lineages of documentary and cinematic form leads approaches to site-responsive, archival and narrative production.
National Gallery of Victoria, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Chunky Move, State Library of Victoria, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Ian Potter Museum of Art, TarraWarra Museum of Art, Melbourne Festival, Phillip Adams Balletlab, Lucy Guerin Inc, University of Melbourne, Monash University, Next Wave, GetUp Australia, Melbourne Art Fair, U-P, Blak & Bright, Big hART, Arts House, Field Theory, Liquid Architecture, Musica Viva, Bloxas, Dancenorth, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Yirramboi Festival, Born in a Taxi, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Back to Back Theatre, Dance Massive Festival, City of Melbourne, Performing Lines, Insite Arts, Countertechnique
Shelley Lasica, Phillip Adams, Sally Smart, Patricia Piccinini, Matthew Bird, Bianca Hester, David Rosetzky, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Marco Fusinato, Antony Hamilton, Hiromi Tango, Hoda Afshar, Robin Fox, Deanne Butterworth, Stephanie Lake, Shian Law, Jo Lloyd, Nicola Gunn, Open Spatial Workshop, Emile Zile, Lillian Steiner, Joel Bray, Rosie Isaac, Geert Mul, Anthony Pateras, Ash Keating, Rebecca Jensen, Sarah Aiken, Lz Dunn, Santina Amato, Georgina Criddle, Atlanta Eke, Zoe Scoglio, Lee Serle, Melanie Lane, Tarryn Gill & Pilar Mata Dupont, Geoffrey Watson, Juliet Burnett, Byron Perry, Ollie Olsen, James Batchelor, Ekrem Mülayim, Anna Higgins, Danny Frommer, Sapna Chandu, Alanna Lorenzon