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PERFORMANCE AND CLOSING PARTY
3pm Saturday 14 April 2018
Peter Blamey is a Sydney-based artist. His work explores sound, energies and residues, and the relationships between people, technologies and environments. Often his practice sees him establishing interactions between disparate everyday materials to make performances, artworks and installations aimed (in part) at reimagining accepted notions of connectivity, variability and use. He was part of both Outposts and The Last Bastion at last year’s Dark Mofo, and has been eager to return to Hobart ever since!
Peter is a SOCA Artist in Residence.
Suite 7, Level 1, Moonah Centre.
Enter from Hopkins St, up the stairs.
Open Saturdays 10 – 4 and by appointment
In his Arts Forum Residues and Experiences, Peter Blamey will present a wide-ranging talk, covering everything from sound, working with both garbage and the natural environment, technological artefacts, energy scavenging, science history, idiosyncratic performance techniques, and drawing on some recent projects as examples, which will hopefully communicate something about his experiences with conceptualising and developing performance and exhibition practices within an energetic context.
Peter is a SOCA Artist in Residence.
Arts Forum is a public program of the School of Creative Arts
6th Apr 2018, 12:30pm
Dechaineux Lecture Theatre
School of Creative Arts
Centre for the Arts, Hunter St, Hobart
University of Tasmania
All current students and members of the public are welcome
New on Consumer Waste
Five Fertile Exchanges CD
Documents a series of exhanges between simple electrical devices, naturally occuring energies, and the bush. See here for more details.
Released in oversized 7″ package with letterpress backpanel and a 16 page booklet with notes by Douglas Kahn and photographs of the sites and equipment.
Opening with a festival of live performances, Material Sound brings together 6 contemporary artists who each create an experience of sound within installations and apparatus constructed from everyday materials.
Curated by Caleb Kelly, Material Sound features newly commissioned work by artists Vicky Browne, Pia van Gelder, Caitlin Franzmann, Peter Blamey, Ross Manning, and Eric Demetriou.
The artists in Material Sound challenge the stability of materials in their practice. Handmade instruments and electronics, recycled electronic components, outmoded technologies, fake technologies, imagined sounds and silences will form a series of dynamic installations that challenge the way we think about materiality in a cumulative sound experience.
Opening festival, Friday 9 – Sunday 11 Feb
Friday 9 Feb – Sunday 29 April
Murray Art Museum Albury
546 Dean Street, Albury
In conjunction with the exhibition Inside organsised by Rafaela Pandolfini and Stella Rosa McDonald, at the Paddington Town Hall, two nights of sound performances arranged by MP Hopkins will occur.
Sound night #2
Friday 17 November
Club Sound Witches
Red Wine and Sugar (VIC)
Military Position (VIC)
Paddington Town Hall
249 Oxford Street (near corner of Oatley Road)
Paddington NSW 2021
Sonic Moves IV – Experimental Sound and Drawing Night
Kave Bar – 20 September 2017
SONIC MOVES IV is an experimental sound and drawing event that incorporates live sound and noise artist performances with a live drawing performance.
2/370 Barrenjoey Rd
Newport NSW 2106
6:30pm – 9:30pm
Presented by Sydney Art Space
Sounding the Future
curated by Gail Priest
Sounding the Future is an exhibition curated by Gail Priest that speculates about what art in the future will sound like. The exhibition will present sonic “possibles and potentials” ranging from almost-here transhuman mediations, to far-future post-anthropocene aftermaths, with some apocalyptic contingencies in between. We always speak of “visions of the future,” but what if we were to let the auditory realm lead our imaginings? Does the dialogue about futurity take on new dimensions when considered through a different sense ratio? These dreams of future soundings, inflected by our present day, also offer reflections on how we listen now. The artists will develop new work that considers the impacts of new technologies, degrading environmental conditions and the prospect of a post-human world.
Artists: Gail Priest, George Poonkhin Khut, Pia van Gelder & Tom Smith, Peter Blamey
Monday to Friday, 12—6pm
University of Technology, Sydney
Level 4, 702 Harris St, Ultimo, NSW