Liquid Architecture
Liquid Architecture

FM[X]?: WHAT WOULD A FEMINIST METHODOLOGY SOUND LIKE?
LIQUID ARCHITECTURE
LIQUID ARCHITECTURE
Liquid Architecture is an Australian organisation for artists working with sound.





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[20150828]
What Would A Feminist Methodology Sound Like?
We have some questions for feminism coming from within systems of sonic affect

Aug 28 - Sep 18 2015
6pm-9pm
West Space
[20150909]
Antony Riddell: Fingerprints on the Surface of the Brain
solo exhibition by the artist, writer and musician Antony Riddell.

9 - 26 September 2015
Blindside, Melbourne
[20150917]
Jasmine Guffond: ANYWHERE ALL THE TIME
a sonic presence to phenomena that usually lies beyond human perception

THU Sep 17
6pm-9pm
The Channel, Art Centre Melbourne
[20150924]
Capitalist Surrealism
lecture-performances by sound artists is brought to you by the new cultural logic of capital

THU Sep 24
7pm-10pm
Clemenger Auditorium, National Gallery of Victoria
[20150925]
Echo/Siren: The People’s Microphone
Siren [BECKONING, WARNING, SEDUCTION]
Echo [REFLECTING, RESOUNDING, ENDLESS REBOUND]

FRI 25 Sep 2015
7pm-10pm
Mission to Seafarers
[20150926]
Two Party State
Liquid Architecture and Channels form a coalition

SAT Sep 26
8pm-midnight
Schoolhouse Studios
[20150926]
LA2015 Basic House
BASIC HOUSE is Stephen Bishop, the man behind the ever more impressive label that is Opal Tapes.

Sep 26 - Oct 4
Melbourne: Adelaide: Sydney: Brisbane: Perth
[20150926]
NATHAN GRAY: WORK WITH ME HERE
public, talk-show-style conversations, actions, lectures and performances

SAT Sep 26
midday-4pm
RMIT Design Hub
[20150927]
Ritual Community Music
Mobilising the
Under-sung uncertainty; a
Strangers’ seminar
Insistently
Creating comradeship

SUN 27 Sep 2015
6pm-midnight
The Tote
[20150927]
Facebook Chorus
An ensemble of singers reciting texts derived in situ from their Facebook feeds throughout the day.

SUN Sep 27
10am-5pm
Great Hall, National Gallery of Victoria
[20151002]
Basic House: Sydney
FRI Oct 2 2015
Goodgod small club, Sydney
[20151003]
LA2015 Brisbane
Our 2015 Brisbane unfolds over two evenings (October 3 and October 4) in various spaces at the IMA

SAT Oct 3 - SUN Oct 4 2015
5pm-9pm
Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
[20151018]
Aural Contract: The voice before the law
The contemporary politics of listening - its relationship to power, borders, testimony and truth

SUN Oct 18
4pm-7pm
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
[20151024]
Time out of Time
Sound measures time in space, and space in time: Reverb goes out, but echo comes back ... back …

SAT Oct 24
12pm-6pm
Tarrawarra Museum of Art
[20151025]
Johannes S. Sistermanns: LIFTOFFWEHAVELIFTOFF
one body. one person. 1k of glad wrap. lines and planes stretching through.

Sun Oct 25 2015
1pm-9pm
MPavilion, Melbourne


FULL PROGRAM
  • Adelle Mills
    Figures that act with skill wedge their voices in between rolling translations.
  • Alessandro Bosetti
    the point at which language becomes music, and at which music becomes a language
  • Alex Cuffe
  • 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
  • Amanda Stewart and Jim Denley
    Communalism, friendship and ethics is our real work – it’s something we never quite get right (sometimes more siblings than friends) but we keep attempting.

  • Amelia Barikin
  • Andrew McLellan
  • 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
  • Antony Riddell
    aggressive physical impropriety, neurologically-disordered vocals, lyrical interventions, simultaneously absurd, yet strangely elegant
  • Astrid Lorange
    signal muffle sublime imprint of the implied action

  • Astrid Lorange & Andrew Brooks
  • Atlanta Eke and Daniel Jenatsch
    While we were examining this wonderful new make of organ, the leprous were brought in by her abstractors...
  • Aurelia Guo
  • Basic House
    Sonic adventurer who experiments with captivating rhythmic and textured techno.
  • Bianca Hester
    The rings temporarily seize the space in which they are set forth, incorporating it into their hypnotic rotations.
  • 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
  • Brandon LaBelle
  • Brian Fuata
    playing with the elemental building blocks of sound and sign
  • 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’.
  • Caleb Kelly
    academic, event director and curator working in the area of the sound arts.

  • Camille Robinson
  • 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’.

  • Catherine Clover
    a 6, a 6, a 64, a 72, akakakakakakak, A number 1 to Coburg, they didn’t, ha ha sorry, tram bell, luckily yeah, ka
  • Celeste Liddle
    Melbourne-based Arrernte woman and self-described Black Feminist Ranter
  • Ceri Hann
    Self reflective delirium is the only way to outwit the uncreative constraints of predictability. If you can’t make science get you there maybe a mock séance will.
  • Christof Migone
    Current research: Microphone hitting, book flipping, tongue extruding, record releasing, word hyphenating, para-pedagogical positioning, careless curating, noise making, sequitur following, paper passing, interval counting, rhythm repeating, phone licking, machine fingering, playlist compiling, silence listening.
  • Christopher LG Hill
    Runtown-Gallardo,piggy back remix featuring Moffarfarrah Dutch ICE train tree creepers desert frog European crow 2xDragon/battletoads end stage complete
  • Clare Cooper
  • Coco Solid AKA Jess Hansell
    It's all thespianage to me m8
  • 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.
  • Cured Pink
    When police went to investigate, they found Perkins and Schenau with several recording devices and an electric guitar.
  • Danae Valenza
  • Dave Brown
  • David Grubbs
    Do Recordings Kill Music?
  • Dirk de Buyn
    Projecting the untrammelled intensities of human experience via an array of photo-chemical, optical and vocal means
  • 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
  • Douglas Kahn
    The ear is a fetus, drum, forge, lizard, horse, fish, seashell, sea, tree before it gets to the brain and a brain.
  • Eddie Hopely
  • Ellena Savage
    Ellena Savage is an essayist, critic, and editor from Melbourne. She has been described as a “neurotic airhead”, and “better than Marx”.
  • Emile Zile
    Everyday detournment of social media and search tools in dynamic live performances that offer new perspectives on these ready-to-hand tools, and the subtle ways these might shape or condition our contemporary experience.
  • Emma Albury
  • Eric Demetriou
    hunter gatherer retooling various gleaned object and found materials to transform them into industrial-sized instruments of noise and silence.
  • Evelyn Ida Morris
    musician, performer, LISTEN(ER) and advocate for women in Australian music
  • Feminist Theory Group
    FTG: Eva Birch, Katherine Botten, Aurelia Guo
  • Frances Barrett
  • Frances Dyson
    the resonance of voice has been exiled to places without people
  • Francis Plagne
  • Gabi Briggs
    Gabi Briggs is a Koori woman from the sovereign Anaiwan and Gumbangier peoples and has been raised on country in Armidale, NSW. She relocated to the unceded lands of the Wurunjeri people where she is currently completing her BFA at RMIT. Gabi works primarily with photography but also works within different mediums such as video and performance. Gabi is a co-founder of Sovereign Apocalypse and is a member of the Tiddas Take Back collective.
  • Gail Priest
    Gail Priest is an artist, writer and curator, for whom sound is the key investigative material.
  • Georgina Criddle
  • Guy Blackman
  • Half High
    a slightly damaged form of ambience
  • Harriet Kate Morgan
  • Helen Grogan
    A microphone traces the perimeter of the room (a place where wall and floor interact)
  • Holly Childs
  • Hong-Kai Wang
    A political space is often opened where contradictions and complex relations occur. Rather than constructing a biography that illustrates, it seems more interesting to explore a political history of an artist's friendship with his collaborators and interlocutors, including myself.
  • id m thffft able
    i'd m thfft able, Id M Theft Able, I Dick M The F Table, i dick m the f’table, I Dm Theft Able, i dmth efta blé, i dmth efta ble, I'd M Thfft Able, I’d M Thfft Able, Ib M Theft Adle, Id M, ID M Theft Able, IDM Theft Table, Idm Theftable
  • James Parker
    World War 1 marked a watershed in the history of sonic warfare. Noise and war have always gone together, but never before had sound been so devastatingly weaponised.
  • Jannah Quill
  • 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
  • Joe Banks
    the relation between techniques of recording and mechanisms of perception
  • Johannes Kreidler
    For me, music never exists alone; a composer must always deal with interrelationships.
  • Johannes S. Sistermanns
    [Un - the World] unexpected unrepeatable unclosed
  • Jonathan Kemp
    the elaboration of life coding strategies usually by way of some breton-brut sleights of hand
  • Kate Brown
  • Kate Geck
  • 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.

  • Kusum Normoyle
    More like metal than hysteria
  • Kym Maxwell
  • Kynan Tan
  • Lawrence Abu Hamdan
  • Leena Riethmuller
  • Leighton Craig
  • LoVid
    Joined at the Chips
  • Lucreccia Quintanilla
  • Magic Steven
  • Makiko Yamamoto
    The performance of awkwardness exposes vulnerabilities of the social and ideological codes underlying spoken language, communication and understanding.
  • Marcus Rechsteiner
  • Marian Tubbs
  • 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.
  • Matthew Hopkins
    Sonic terrain that shimmies between states of chopped and screwed industrialised alienation and mesmerising tranquility.
  • Melbourne Media Lab
  • Monica Monin
  • Nadja Mott
  • Nathan Gray
  • Neil McLachlan
    What we learn is not how deeply we listen, but how deeply our listening is determined.
  • New Waver
    Appropriation of classic rock as a vehicle to examine the trials and tribulations of contemporary life, to the art of Powerpoint.
  • Nicola Morton
    psychic séances, psychedelic performances, psychological deaths
  • Noel Meek and Olivia Webb
    Created in Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Pia Van Gelder
    heosophy, technology, science, counter-culture histories, DIY pedagogy, AV mysticism and what she calls ‘machinic affinity’
  • Poppy De Souza
  • Richard Dawson
    songs both chucklesome and tragic, rooted in a febrile imagination that references worlds held dear and worlds unknown
  • Rita Revell
  • Robin Fox
    These are the distractions that legitimate, reinscribe, generate and disguise the disciplinary power of the military-entertainment complex.
  • Robin Hayward
  • Rosalind Hall
  • Ruth O’Leary
    Melbourne based artist who works primarily with performance, video and painting.
  • Salomé Voegelin
    An attempt to write about sound without placing it in the role of the attribute, the adjective and adverb, linked and sublimated to a visual object, a noun, describing without being grasped in its own invisible materiality.
  • Sarah Byrne
  • Saskia Doherty
    speak until the breath is completely gone
  • Sean Dockray
  • Shani Mohini-Holmes
    (I just want to create sound that transcends my horrendous personality)
  • Sibling
  • Simona Castricum
  • Sovereign Trax
    decolonises the party with tracks from First Nations musicians and producers who are “experimenting across genres and spitting heavy truths”.
  • Steph Overs
  • Sweat Tongue
    Sweat Tongue was founded by Mr. Klein (guitar, noise), ms. R.E. (drums, noise) and Ms. Blue Balls (vocals, keys, noise). Their music is an outcome of their yearning for the Purest Debris and desire for the ultimate Abrupt Perversion.
  • 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.
  • The Charles Ives Singers
    They view amateurism as a gift & intuition as their illogical ally. But as the man said, ”See them before they get better”.
  • The Donkey’s Tail
    three cheers for the amateur, can I play the golden trumpet trumpet, in the village of sound
  • Thomas William Smith
    I selected several excerpts from Luc Boltanski and Eve Chiapello's The New Spirit of Capitalism. I interpreted these sentences in the manner of the heavily auto-tuned slowdown.
  • 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'“
  • Tralala Blip
    aussie dreamers from Lismore
  • Ur 1st Luv
    Super Premium Sound Art for the Modern Consumer
  • Yen-Ting Hsu
  • Zac Segbedzi
    “one does not simply take the acid, the acid is no longer a tab... ”