Melissa Ryke is a contemporary artist based between Australia and France. In what is largely an experimental and hybrid practice, she works across the mediums of video, sound, text, drawing and installation. Her practice-led research is driven by how our experiences are remade through the moving-image and sound. Particularly how on-board cameras activate the body and its movements. Ryke’s work has been screened and exhibited internationally, including at Palais des Beaux Arts (Lille, FR), Seventh Gallery (Melbourne, AU), !MetroArts and Boxcopy (Brisbane, AU). Ryke is also one third of the artist collective Threefold with Pirrin Francis (AU) and Hayley Brandon (UK/AU). Together they use their geographical distance as a basis to investigate the processes of collaboration across physical, digital and cognitive space.