Opening: Wednesday 15 March, 6-8pm
Dates: 15 March – 8 April 2017
The Infra explores facets of our everyday electrical infrastructures through artefacts and residues both large and small.
25-31 Rokeby Street,
VIC 3066 Australia
Dale Gorfinkel & Anthony Magen
134 Lygon St
Tuesday 14 March
Entry $10 | 7:30pm
Kjell Bjørgeengen and Jim Denley
Kjell Bjørgeengen’s art practice is an investigation of reality.
Recently Kjell has put an emphasis on working live with a wide range of musicians. The live works feature the production of flicker videos, which have also been presented in various exhibitions since 2002.
The flicker is sound given video sync, thus becoming video and revealing the self -identity of the two. The flicker image is perhaps the most simple and fundamental image we can think of, the oscillation between shades of light and darkness, given from the outside as a simple binary pairing of the visual experience. The flicker videos came about as a counteraction to an easy intellectual approach to art viewing. The flicker works can be harsh to watch, as they are perceived on a physical level. The black and white works are often perceived in colours. There is a threshold that needs to be overcome. A still image from the video reads like a minimal work; set in motion the work turns into its opposite. The art work, having all the traditional marks of the art-making process, turns into a phenomenon and touches the demarcation line between art and non-art.
2 Holbeach Ave
The NOW now 2017
The 16th annual festival of improvised, spontaneous and experimental music features a remarkable national and international line up of creative humans. Over four nights (and a few days) in Redfern, musicians, dancers, sound artists, and other inspired creative do-ers will make their mark on our lives, one set at a time.
Bronwen Williams and Karam Hussein
Open from 5:00pm-10:00pm
Vicky Browne & Peter Blamey
Sun Tone Harvester
5 Nov – 18 Dec
Opening Friday 4 Nov, 6PM
Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA)
14 Porter Street
Naturestrip will be supporting Peter Blamey to realise a new sound work in collaboration with the BOGONG CENTRE for SOUND CULTURE. A residency in Bogong during October 2016 will allow Peter to create a long form listening piece based around his practice.
Ting Shuo Hear Say
Listening gallery, Aug-Sept 2016
Ernie Althoff, Tide Shelf
Rosalind Hall, Carriage Of The Voice
Peter Blamey, Forage
Martin Kay, Stadium
Ting Shuo Hear Say is an organisation based in Tainan, Taiwan with sound at the centre of its activities.
No.33, Ln. 176, Sec. 3, Minzu Rd.
West Central Dist.