LIQUID ARCHITECTURE
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Liquid Architecture is an Australian organisation for artists working with sound.





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CURRENT AND UPCOMING
[20160922]
Why Listen To Animals?
The possibilities of meaning when we listen to animals and they listen to us

THU 29 Sep - SAT 22 Oct 2016
7PM-10PM
West Space
[20161006]
Cecilia Vicuña – The Artist As… Poet
transformative acts that bridge the gap between art and life, the ancestral and the avant-garde

THU 6 Oct 2016
6PM-8PM
Bella Union
[20161008]
Sound Spaces: Rob Thorne
Māori flutes and horns made from stone, bone, shell and wood

SAT 8 Oct 2016
2PM
Monash University Museum of Art
[20161015]
Flux
Dissolve in the sound of FLUX, inside a space resonant with fractured geologies.

SAT 15 Oct & SUN 16 Oct 2016
10AM-10PM / 10AM-2PM
Flux Quarry, Queenstown Tasmania


RECENT
[20160904]
Bratty Eraser
An afternoon of music, art, political satire, weirdness and vegan food

SUN 4 Sep 2016
4PM-8PM
Tape Projects
[20160901]
FM[X] Sydney 2016
What Would a Feminist Methodology Sound Like - in Sydney?

THU 1 Sep 2016 - FRI 2 Sep 2016
5:30pm-10pm
Firstdraft
[20160826]
LA2016 Brisbane: Listening at the Edge of a Knife
a tension and a balance between a sense (that one listens to) and a truth (that one understands)

FRI 26 Aug 2016 - SAT 27 Aug 2016
7pm - 10pm
Institute of Modern Art
[20160824]
Materials of Sound
sound full discussions of politics, concepts and histories

WED 24 Aug 2016
all day
Artspace
[20160823]
Same/Everything
consensus, standardisation, sameness and their opposites

TUE 23 Aug 2016
7pm-10pm
Firstdraft
[20160819]
Seth Kim-Cohen: Ambience and The End of the End of Art
Let the record show that, as I write this, I am listening to Brian Eno

FRI 19 Aug 2016
7pm
Greek Cultural Centre
[20160819]
Johannes Kreidler: Outsourcing & Product Placement
Who actually composed this music?

FRI 19 Aug 2016
8PM
The Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture
[20160818]
Autotune Everything: Art and the Sonic – Cosmic – Politic
By necessity, we tune in to some signals, and filter others out

THU 18 Aug 2016 - SAT 20 Aug 2016
6pm - 10pm
The Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture
[20160818]
Seth Kim-Cohen: The Future of No Future: Rock and Roll, Conceptual Art, Poststructuralism, Politics
It's 1976. Art & Language, is a rigorously Marxist conceptual art collective the from U.K.

THU 18 Aug 2016
1pm-2pm
MADA Lecture Theatre
[20160815]
Puce Mary – AUS / NZ Tour
Puce Mary’s music is harsh, but its aggression is necessary.

SUN Aug 15 - SAT Sep 3 2016
Australia and New Zealand
[20160813]
Seth Kim-Cohen: My Body Blushed to the Whistle of the Birch
The philosopher-kings fall deaf before the braying mule.

SAT 13 Aug 2016
3pm-5pm
West Space
[20160813]
Kiah Reading: Pure reason and bass
Questions responded to by the wrong answer, new versions of old ideas, understanding more or less.

SAT 13 Aug 2016
3pm-5pm
West Space
[20160809]
Johannes Kreidler: The more unmusical, the better
Concepts are dissonances for advanced listeners. We are Duchampions.

TUE 9 Aug 2016
6pm-8pm
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
[20160720]
Gesture Manifest
If our repertoire of bodily gestures is a language, then our discrete movements and poses are words

WED 20 - SAT 30 JUL 2016
12pm - 6pm
BLINDSIDE
[20160717]
POSTURE
even if only for the limited amount of time
in which they remained on the dancefloor

SUN 17 Jul 2016
6:30pm - 830pm
The Catfish
[20160604]
Ali Bezer: NOISEWALL
A noisewall is a protective barrier, erected to shield ears from unwanted noise.

SAT Jun 4 - FRI Jun 24 2016
Wed-Sat 11am-4pm
The Walls Art Space, Gold Coast
[20160508]
Sisters Akousmatica
Sisters Akousmatica is a city-scale radio orchestra

SUN May 8 2016
11AM - 6PM
Signal
[20160501]
Polyphonic Social: Maydaymaydaymayday
Collective and street sounding, alternative education and down with the music industry this Mayday

SUN 1 May 2016
3PM - 6PM
Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne
[20160420]
Mechanical Cognition
artistic explorations of mechanical sentience and human awareness

WED 20 Apr 2016
630PM - 830PM
Carlton Connect Initiative
[20160415]
New And Experimental Music Show
Thirty-eight years on from the last program in 1978, 3CR’s ‘New and Experimental Music’ reunites

FRI Apr 15 2016
5PM - 7PM
Gertrude Contemporary
[20160401]
Nathan Gray: The Shakes
shaking as a phenomenon mapped through various mediums—sound, machine, body

FRI 1 Apr 2016
9pm-11pm
LongPlay
[20160324]
Aura Satz: In and Out of Synch
heightened perception and sensory disorientation, flicker and psychoacoustics,

THU 24 Mar 2016
630pm-830pm
Getrude Contemporary
[20160323]
Aura Satz: Artist Talk
how the physical and sonic properties of such objects tap into ideas of knowledge and communication

WED 23 March 2016
1pm-2pm
MADA | Monash University Art Design & Architecture
[20160317]
Sisters Akousmatica at The Channel
radiophonic broadcast experiments, occult vibrations and rituals, cosmic noise, chocolate LPs

THU 17 March 2016
7pm-830pm
The Channel
[20160311]
The Brain of Europe
Saint Teresa's 16th Century texts meet sonic habitats for yoga classes

FRI 11 March 2016
6pm-7pm
Polyester Records
[20160310]
Islaja, Jasmine Guffond, Half High, Francis Plagne / Hanna Chetwin
Liquid Architecture presents enigmatic Finnish performer Islaja on her first Australian tour

THU 10 Mar 2016
8pm
The Tote
[20160224]
Ensemble Economique (USA), Subterranean Rain, Various Asses
mining the thin layer between restlessness and relaxation, gloom and serenity

WED 24 Feb 2016
7pm-10pm
Tape Projects, Melbourne
[20160207]
ENDLESS BUMMER: NEW GEAR NEW YOU
Life is like a glovebox of dockets, a clutter of certifications, transactions and accumulations

SUN 7 Feb 2016
4pm - 8pm
MPavilion, Melbourne
[20160118]
Caitlin Franzmann: Tree-telling
Canary Island Palm, River Red Gum, London Plane, Algerian Oak, Jacaranda and Atlas Cedar

MON 18 Jan - SUN 24 Jan 2016
MPavilion, Melboune
[20151214]
Lecture: Anja Kanngieser – Listening to the Anthropocene: Sound and ecological crisis
sonic imaginations of the natural world at a time of accelerating global environmental crisis

MON 14 Dec 2015
6pm-8pm
Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne
[20151025]
Johannes S. Sistermanns: LIFTOFFWEHAVELIFTOFF
one body. one person. 1k of glad wrap. lines and planes stretching through.

SUN 25 Oct 2015
1pm-9pm
MPavilion, Melbourne
[20151024]
Time out of Time
Sound measures time in space, and space in time: Reverb goes out, but echo comes back ... back …

SAT 24 Oct 2015
12pm-6pm
Tarrawarra Museum of Art
[20151022]
Lecture: Amelia Barikin ‘Sound Fossils and Arche-Fossils: Towards a Mineral Ontology of Contemporary Art’
the term ‘sound fossil’ has gained currency in the fields of paleosonics and contemporary art

THU 22 Oct 2015
6pm-8pm
Gertrude Contemporary
[20151018]
Lawrence Abu Hamdan: Aural Contract: The voice before the law
The contemporary politics of listening - its relationship to power, borders, testimony and truth

SUN 18 Oct 2015
4pm-7pm
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
[20151017]
Julian Oliver: TX/RX – Transmit and Receive
TX/RX; a participatory intervention and workshop in two parts by critical engineer and artist Julian

SAT 17 Oct 2015
3pm-5pm
Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA


FULL PROGRAM
CURRENT AND UPCOMING

  • Alex Cahill
    the marginalisation of animals by humans, animals as they exist only as forms and recycled clichés
  • Anthony Magen
    Listening with your feet
  • Brendan Walls
    the totality of the space
  • Bryan Phillips
    electronic and acoustic sounds that help imagine the making of communal sonic rituals
  • Camila Marambio
    private investigator, amateur dancer, permaculture enthusiast, and sporadic writer
  • Catherine Clover and Peter Knight
    Unreliable Encounters in Jurong
  • Cecilia Vicuña
    “lo precario” (the precarious); transformative acts that bridge the gap between art and life, the ancestral and the avant-garde
  • Dylan Martorell
    a bowerbird aesthetic
  • Eric Avery
    The music of our ancestors in lines,
    drawings recordings,
    Songs need physical reality

  • Eugene Brockmuller
    6 of 1, Half a Dozen of the Other
  • Jack Prendergast
    Recreation of extinct animal vocalisations
  • Jacqui Shelton
    thinking about mining/”mine”ing.
  • Jake Moore
    Because they Sound: Granulation as Reanimation
  • James Utting-Webb and Riley Lockett
    the balance of power from; Animal > Human to Human > Animal**
  • Joel Maripil
    Joel Maripil is a traditional Mapuche singer or ülkantufe who have been singing, dancing and playing Mapuche musical instruments in the diverse musical practices linked to religious and non-religious activities held in traditional communities.
  • John Jenkin
    I Am Not An Animal
  • Kim Satchell
    literature of place in the context of the coast and the Anthropocene
  • Louis Kennedy
    tuned wires, corrugated iron roofing,lengths of PVC pipe, birdseed
  • Melissa Deerson
    baroque dolphin mouth with hand in it / whale mouth with fish in it
  • Miranda Liebscher
    outsource[animal]labour
  • mOwson+M0wson
  • Nicholas Kuceli
    We have managed to silence animals within our citified spaces by biologically and spatially framing the animal world
  • Omahara
    sometimes beautifully silent
  • Pip Stafford
    the intersection of electromagnetic frequencies, feminist practice and magic ritual
  • Ragtime Frank
    Her neighbours come tell me
    Frankie she ain’t home

  • Richie Cyngler
    open source software, hardware, circuitry and sensors
  • Rob Thorne
    stone, bone, shell and wood
  • Sally Ann McIntyre
  • Tessa Laird
    "What is it like to be a bat?"
  • Thembi Soddell
    A lie told to you about you
  • Tom Smith
    attempts to capture the ludic, depersonalized, uncanny and frustrating moments. Generic interfaces structure behaviour and produce modes of interacting and consuming that place within the privacy of individual devices.
  • Unconscious Collective
    dreams, visions, reverie and wonder
  • Undine Sellbach & Stephen Loo
    While modern science is organised according to a visual schema, the biologist Jacob von Uexküll famously describes organisms and their environments in musical terms.
  • Will Foster and Sabrina D’Angelo
    the superb lyrebird mimics the worst of human behaviours


RECENT

  • (no)signal
    (no)signal is a sound + media art collective operating out of Melbourne, Australia.
  • Adelle Mills
    Figures that act with skill wedge their voices in between rolling translations.
  • Alex Cahill
    the marginalisation of animals by humans, animals as they exist only as forms and recycled clichés
  • Alex Cuffe
    Our abject humanness horrifies me, imagine all these people, these skin wrapped containers of meat communicating to each other their thoughts.
  • Alice Hui-Sheng Chang
    vocal groups as small social experiments in the diversity in human social interactions
  • Alrey Batol
    practical attempts to expose or rupture existing systems that operate and govern everyday life
  • Amelia Barikin
    As a material index of acoustic activity, the term 'sound fossil' has gained currency in the field of contemporary art both as a means of accounting for the appearance of the past in the present, and as an embodiment of cosmic time.
  • Andrew McLellan
    rather than being slowed down by your brain needing to figure out how to say the words first.
  • Angie Garrick
    Listening to my work conjures a feeling of a certain colour, perhaps a blue thats between blue and another, green and or purple. It wavers and moves between. My eyes are closed and this indigo landscape forms a silky texture in my mind. It slowly starts to rain and the colour dissipates into and oxen nothingness. The end.
  • Anja Kanngieser and Daniel Jenatsch
    sound and communication are shaped by, and shape, our relations to one another, to the architectures and infrastructures around us, to our larger atmospheres and ecologies, and to the forces of power and governance that we experience and intervene in
  • Ann Fuata
    !!CALL OUT!! Performers needed to participate in a live performance. It involves clicking, pausing and clapping. Please contact: a.a.fuata@gmail.com
  • Anthony Magen
    Listening with your feet
  • Antoinette J. Citizen
    speculations on the current contemporary desire for the datafication of self-knowledge
  • Antony Riddell
    aggressive physical impropriety, neurologically-disordered vocals, lyrical interventions, simultaneously absurd, yet strangely elegant
  • Armour Group
    purge
  • Aura Satz
    my works explore diagrams and traces; these become abstractions of presence. My previous projects looked at traces of voices, sound inscriptions, and writing techniques. I am primarily interested in traces that look nothing like their source and that give materiality to what is ultimately immaterial or imperceptible
  • Aurelia Guo
    #GiveYourMoneyToWomen
  • Basic House
    Sonic adventurer who experiments with captivating rhythmic and textured techno.
  • Ben Kolaitis
    subject: our symbiotic ontological relationship with sonic apparatus as a site where the human and the non-human meet
  • Beth Sometimes & Caroline Anderson
    Swiping left on the unintentionally-hilarious world of Tinder
  • Bon Mott
    A transmutation into energy happens from an alchemical mixture of the corporeal, the spatial, the intangible and embodiment of the ghost of AC/DC’s singer/songwriter, Bon Scott.
  • Botanic Gordon
    Reel to reel tape, live radio samples, loops, vintage synth and homemade and modified sound trinkets
  • Brandon LaBelle
    questions of social life and cultural agency, using sound, performance, text and sited constructions
  • Brendan Walls
    the totality of the space
  • Bridie Lunney
    contextualisation, engagement, combination, prescription
  • Bryan Phillips
    electronic and acoustic sounds that help imagine the making of communal sonic rituals
  • Caitlin Franzmann
    ...the term vocal fry and its association with young women is another ‘excuse to dismiss, ignore and marginalise women’s voices, both literally and figuratively’.
  • Camila Marambio
    private investigator, amateur dancer, permaculture enthusiast, and sporadic writer
  • Camille Robinson
    Camille Robinson is here to listen
  • Caroline Anderson
    Screeds of crystallised information surprised me with its contents, issuing clues as to what was happening within.
  • Carolyn Connors
    At one factory, each worker was assigned a piece of wood. Each of the four sides was painted a different colour: black, white, yellow and blue. The piece of wood displayed the colour that corresponded to the quality of the worker’s work the previous day: black was bad, blue was so-so, yellow was good, and white was excellent. The daily colour for each worker was logged in a ‘book of colour’.
  • Carolyn Eskdale
    wall pressings
  • Catherine Clover and Peter Knight
    Unreliable Encounters in Jurong
  • Cecilia Vicuña
    “lo precario” (the precarious); transformative acts that bridge the gap between art and life, the ancestral and the avant-garde
  • Celeste Liddle
    Melbourne-based Arrernte woman and self-described Black Feminist Ranter
  • Chloe Alison Escott
    Singing ficto-critically about an imminently world-famous trans pop sensation
  • Chun Yin Rainbow Chan
    fragments of a vessel that are to be glued together must match one another in the smallest details
  • Cinnamon Templeton
  • Clare Cooper
    Healing through improvised harp and open heart
  • Clare Milledge and Tom Smith
  • Clocks and Clouds
    mesotonal microcosms
  • COCO SOLID AKA Jess Hansell
    Rapping, writing, cartooning = undoing colonial tokenism
  • COLLINGWOOD COLLEGE SOUND COLLECTIVE
    They were asked to consider the contradictions in sound, such as those found in film and Foley techniques and to consider that gender may be associated to particular qualities in sound, instruments and/or image.
  • Cordelia Crosbie
    Put your hands in the air
  • Danae Valenza
  • Debris Facility
    parasitic body corporate
  • Dennis Del Favero
    the emergence of a new type of human and machine narrative
  • DIVA FINGER
    Super friend duo sending wavelengths of creme fraiche scooped offa a pile of sweetened condensed milk in a vortex of TLCWhaleNoise with a contact mic taped between Janet Jackson's buttcheeks, Sadeism and MariahCareyism, equaling the goodness of greasy pizzaonthecouch X 880000000
  • Dylan Martorell
    a bowerbird aesthetic
  • Eddie Hopely
    (eg a triad of #branding, #recovery, and #evidence corresponding to then cycling through topos CS, WWAFMSL, E)
  • Ela Stiles
    The act of listening to my work is unpredictable, as I never play the same set twice or use all the same sounds or words, they are constantly changing and I myself don't know what I am going to do each time I play live.
  • Ellena Savage
    Ellena Savage is an essayist, critic, and editor from Melbourne. She has been described as a “neurotic airhead”, and “better than Marx”.
  • Ensemble Economique
    The only thing in focus,
    a sharp EE

  • Eric Avery
    The music of our ancestors in lines,
    drawings recordings,
    Songs need physical reality

  • Eugene Brockmuller
    6 of 1, Half a Dozen of the Other
  • Evelyn Araluen Corr
  • Evelyn Ida Morris
    musician, performer, LISTEN(ER) and advocate for women in Australian music
  • Evelyne Jouanno
    emergency has today become a worldwide and continuous hit
  • eves
  • Feminist Theory Group
    FTG: Eva Birch, Katherine Botten, Aurelia Guo
  • Frances Barrett
    From here to hear.
    From here, as email. To hear, as script.
    From here, as silent artist**. To hear, performing Curator***.

  • Frances Dyson
    the resonance of voice has been exiled to places without people
  • Francis Plagne
    to jerk or throw underhand or backhand
  • Gabi Briggs
    Shaving and shedding for cultural protection, intergenerational empowerment and black feminist truth
  • Gail Priest
    Gail Priest is an artist, writer and curator, for whom sound is the key investigative material.
  • Georgina Criddle
    a voice from behind the great walls of brian
  • Hanna Chetwin
    projector hum
  • Harriet Kate Morgan
    Psychedelic death industrial act military position deals with modern and everlasting feelings of female and human subjugation.
  • Holly Childs
    Kemistry died (cat-eye reflector dislodged by a truck travelling ahead of the vehicle she was in)
  • Hou Hanru
  • Islaja
    First ever Australian performance by Merja Kokkonen AKA Islaja, the brilliant Finish experimental musician with numerous releases on Fonal Record, Ecstatic Peace, Root Strata and Monika Enterprise.
  • Ivan Lisyak
    pop culture appropriation, techno, and heavy industrial aesthetics
  • Jack Prendergast
    Recreation of extinct animal vocalisations
  • Jackson Eaton
    Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Jackson Eaton himself tell the Jackson Eaton story.

  • Jacqui Shelton
    thinking about mining/”mine”ing.
  • Jake Moore
    Because they Sound: Granulation as Reanimation
  • James Parker
    Eavesdropping and exposure: the twin frontiers of contemporary sonic warfare. What binds them together? Amongst other things, law’s complicity.
  • James Utting-Webb and Riley Lockett
    the balance of power from; Animal > Human to Human > Animal**
  • Jannah Quill
    lights on lights off lights on lights off
  • Jared Davis
  • Jasmine Guffond
    digital technologies, sonification and the aesthetisation of data as a means of artistically surveying contemporary surveillance
  • Jennifer Walshe
    Irish Dada-ist, composer and musical conceptualist, socially mediated / meditated performance art
  • Joanna Anderson & Michael Prior
  • Joe Banks
    the relation between techniques of recording and mechanisms of perception
  • Joel Maripil
    Joel Maripil is a traditional Mapuche singer or ülkantufe who have been singing, dancing and playing Mapuche musical instruments in the diverse musical practices linked to religious and non-religious activities held in traditional communities.
  • Johannes S. Sistermanns
    [Un - the World] unexpected unrepeatable unclosed
  • John Jenkin
    I Am Not An Animal
  • John-Joe Wilson
    Puritans, psychedelics and pigeons
  • Jonathan Kemp
    the elaboration of life coding strategies usually by way of some breton-brut sleights of hand
  • Julia Drouhin and Pip Stafford
    Drouhin and Stafford use radios, transmitters, crystals, hurdy gurdy and field recordings in acts of sound divination and occult listening. Their collective interests lie in radio arts, auditory-spatial practices and the intersection of gender and emergent art forms.
  • Kalinda Vary
  • Karli White
    an energy relative to a loud reverberating clang
  • Kate Brown
    The processes ‘the body’ undergoes during a vocal performance are acknowledged by representing the body as a machinic entity via sound to combine present actions and potential connections within a continuum.
  • Kate Geck
    animation, textiles, installation, interactive, melbourne, australia m8
  • Kiah Reading
    communicore
  • Kim Satchell
    literature of place in the context of the coast and the Anthropocene
  • Kraus
    I play guitar, drums, a home-made synthesizer, organ, bamboo flute and tape-loops. I live in Auckland, New Zealand. I like medieval and Renaissance music, Japanese traditional music, psychedelic music, electronic music 1950s-70s and rock and pop of the same era. And, etc.
  • Kym Maxwell
    recite verses in rounds expressing the interconnectedness of student to teacher, student to student and class to the community.
  • Kynan Tan
    What are the implications of being listened to at all times? What is the difference between being listened to
    by: nobody, somebody, a machine, an intelligent machine?

  • Lara Thoms
    How to piss off the music industry and the artworld - an exploratory model
  • Lawrence Abu Hamdan
    the contemporary politics of listening – its relationship to power, borders, human rights, testimony and truth
  • Leena Riethmuller
    By accessing bodily information, participants will be given the opportunity to reflect on tacit knowledge, physical experiences and emotional states.
  • Lei Lei Kung
    She wakes, she speaks, more, more a(more!)
  • Leila El Rayes
    Severing the orientalist shackles of the exotic Other
  • Linda Dement
  • Lorna & Aunty Jenny Munro
    Radicalising Indigenous mother-daughter dynamics
  • Louis Kennedy
    tuned wires, corrugated iron roofing,lengths of PVC pipe, birdseed
  • Lucid Castration
  • Lucreccia Quintanilla
    multidisciplinary artist, writer and sometimes DJ
  • Madboots
    Stomping the house down with internettish hip-hop and comedy
  • Magic Steven
    "Treat Every Experience as a Lesson... To Open your Mind & Heart." -
  • Makeda
  • Marco Fusinato
    extended breakdown
  • Marcus Rechsteiner
    Time travel confuses me. When I see it in movies I get confused and think how is this possible. I also think it would be cool to see if Aliens did build the pyramids. I would also use it to see if Julius Caesar ate Caesar salads.
  • Marian Tubbs
    There is a party at Minerva 4/111 Macleay St, Potts Point this Saturday from 8pm-9:30pm. We hope you can make it. There will be some recording devices at the gallery.
  • Mark Brown
    relentless processes of the dematerialisation of matter despite the human struggle to contain time - the eternal eating machine
  • Martin Howse
    discourse, speculative hardware (environmental data in open physical systems), code (an examination of layers of abstraction), free software and the situational (performances and interventions)
  • Martina Copley
    Sound, idea, object and modality are collated to set up a structural space for something to exist, a space in which the work moves towards an opening and at the same time asks questions about itself.
  • Masato Takasaka
    anyone who says that they're not making music for other people can kiss my ass
  • Matthew P. Hopkins & Julie Burleigh
    Handle Handel
  • Maysa Abouzeid
    Busting narrow-minded ableism one gag at a time
  • Media Lab Melbourne
  • Megan Clune
    clune sings cage (in the style of baldessari sings lewitt)
  • Melissa Deerson
    baroque dolphin mouth with hand in it / whale mouth with fish in it
  • Miranda Liebscher
    outsource[animal]labour
  • Monica Monin & Astrid Lorange
    Affective Citations
  • mOwson+M0wson
  • Nathan Gray
    the object as a score for action
  • Nathan John Thompson
    new possibilities for man/machine interaction, mechanical sentience and the complexities produced from these relationships
  • Nicholas Kuceli
    We have managed to silence animals within our citified spaces by biologically and spatially framing the animal world
  • Nicky Crane
  • Nicola Morton
    psychic séances, psychedelic performances, psychological deaths
  • Nikola Mounoud
    ...
  • No Sister
    passing the divide
  • Omahara
    sometimes beautifully silent
  • Pia Van Gelder
    heosophy, technology, science, counter-culture histories, DIY pedagogy, AV mysticism and what she calls ‘machinic affinity’
  • Pip Stafford
    the intersection of electromagnetic frequencies, feminist practice and magic ritual
  • Poppy de Souza
    "Beyond Voice Poverty: New Economies of Voice and the Frontiers of Speech, Listening and Recognition"
  • Prophets
    Ah!Puch!, Bird Brain, Groovy G, Heaps Mad, Shazzam, Ctrl+Alt+Man & Pug
  • Puce Mary
    With precision, Puce Mary binds the listener in webs of sharp synthesizers, hammering percussion, obtuse voices, field recordings, and blistering noise
  • radio cegeste
  • Ragtime Frank
    Her neighbours come tell me
    Frankie she ain’t home

  • Rebecca Ross
  • Rebecca Ross
    Mapping the concepts of geography, place, orientation and placement
  • Richard Dawson
    songs both chucklesome and tragic, rooted in a febrile imagination that references worlds held dear and worlds unknown
  • Richie Cyngler
    open source software, hardware, circuitry and sensors
  • Rita Revell
    Amniotic reminiscences and mutated mummy rhythms transmute in home video holy matrimony.
  • Rob Thorne
    stone, bone, shell and wood
  • Robin Hayward
  • Rosalind Hall
  • Rosalind Hall and Dave Brown
    a blind dance of hope in step and flight..sending thoughts astray amid hallucinations born of time and telepathy.
  • Roslyn Helper
  • Ruth O’Leary
    Melbourne based artist who works primarily with performance, video and painting.
  • Ryan Jekabson
    morbid cereal miasma
  • Saba Vasefi
    Voicing women’s experiences of detention, neo-imperialism, and transnational being

  • Sally Ann McIntyre
  • Samaan Fieck
  • Sarah Byrne
  • Sarah McCauley
    power of burn point >>>>flame
  • Saskia Doherty
    speak until the breath is completely gone
  • Sean Dockray
    The Facebook timeline is like a broken toilet, constantly flushing.
  • Seth Kim-Cohen
    Adorno at Altamont
    Allegory of the Cave
    America, America is Killing its Youth
    Attali at Altamont

  • Sezzo Snot
    Straight-talking, deck-spinning, hostess-provocateur
  • Shani Mohini-Holmes
    (I just want to create sound that transcends my horrendous personality)
  • Shelley Lasica
    the interaction between spoken, written and movement language, loss of memory and senses, coincidence and the subject of space
  • Sibling
    SIBLING works at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, cultural analysis and graphic communication to produce new and unexpected spatial outcomes
  • Simona Castricum
    "All that I am doesn't belong, all I will be doesn't belong, so whats the point of all of my songs if everything I know is now wrong?"

  • Snack Syndicate (Andrew Brooks and Astrid Lorange)
    Multipacks, or: microbial colonies, algorithms talking to algorithms, a google deep dream, systems as swarms. Denial in a buzz is no escape at all. Effortless, thick cloud.
  • Sovereign Trax
    decolonises the party with tracks from First Nations musicians and producers who are “experimenting across genres and spitting heavy truths”.
  • Steph Overs
    Electronic materials recombine and transform in infinite compositions as an experiment in computer aided sound-to-object synesthesia.
  • Straightjacket Nation
  • Subterranean Rain
    Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, Repetition, mumble, Repetition, Repetition, klang
  • Tessa Laird
    "What is it like to be a bat?"
  • Thanh Hằng Phạm
    Thanh Hằng is a queer, second-gen Vietnamese-Other descendant. She draws on the bodily to visualize and give breathe to her writing and zine-making. Thanh Hằng’s work is engrossed in mental health, bodies, boundaries, Vietnamese diaspora, queerness, and water. She is also a radio producer for 3CR’s Queering the Air.
  • Tom Ogley
    “I went to my teacher I wanted to stop and she said ,'no Tom , you can’t leave . You’ve got something special in your feet that people would die for'“
  • Tom Smith
    attempts to capture the ludic, depersonalized, uncanny and frustrating moments. Generic interfaces structure behaviour and produce modes of interacting and consuming that place within the privacy of individual devices.
  • Unconscious Collective
    dreams, visions, reverie and wonder
  • Undine Sellbach & Stephen Loo
    While modern science is organised according to a visual schema, the biologist Jacob von Uexküll famously describes organisms and their environments in musical terms.
  • Ute Meta Bauer
    NTU Centre for Contemporary Art
  • Various Asses
    various asses aka v/a aka Fatti Frances
  • WDK
    skewed liquid heat
  • Will Foster and Sabrina D’Angelo
    the superb lyrebird mimics the worst of human behaviours
  • Yen-Ting Hsu
    the connection between sound, life, environment and culture.
  • Zac Segbedzi
    “one does not simply take the acid, the acid is no longer a tab... ”
  • Zoe Scoglio
    Hybrid Bodies. Fluid Forms. Momentary Deep-Time.


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