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RealTime Arts, ‘Danger Magic: dark soundings’ – Keith Gallasch

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Partial Durations, ‘Liquid Architecture/Inland: Nothing but disaster follows from applause’ – Matthew Lorenzon

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Broadsheet, ‘Liquid Architecture Launches the Festival of Sound Art’ – Rebecca Vaughan

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RealTime Arts, ‘Sound Unbound’ – Clinton Green

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3RRR, ‘Hullabaloo’ – Aura Satz interview
Interview with 3RRR's Sara Savage and London-based artist Aura Satz who presented a talk and film screening as part of Liquid Architecture's 2016 program.


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The Age, ‘Sisters Akousmatica rides radio waves for Next Wave festival’ – Dylan Rainforth
Pip Stafford and Julia Drouhin are the Radio Queens.


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Frieze, ‘Liquid Architecture 15′ – James Parker
The 15th edition of ‘Liquid Architecture’, Australia’s annual festival of sound art, took place between August and October 2014.


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The Australian, ‘Melbourne festival celebrates the beauty of noise’ – Matthew Westwood

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ABC Radio National, ‘Liquid Architecture: All sounds are implicated’ – Miyuki Jokiranta
'Soundproof' showcases a selection of works that were performed as part of 2014 Liquid Architecture – a Melbourne-based sonic arts festival, now in its fifteenth year.


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RealTime Arts, ‘Sounding the boundaries’ – Clinton Green

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The Conversation, ‘What is sound art? Liquid Architecture provides some clues’ – Ben Byrne
Liquid Architecture 2014 will take place in various locations in Australia and Singapore from tomorrow to October 11. And, as Australia’s largest sonic arts festival, it raises an obvious question: what is sound art?


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The Age, ‘Antony Riddell opens at Blindside Gallery’ – Dylan Rainforth
Riddell has promulgated a vision Davis describes as absurdist, surrealistic and uncanny.


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4ZZZ, ‘Liquid Architecture at Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane’ – Tara Zupp
Does the desire of posting selfies really outweigh the concern for privacy?


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The Planthunter, ‘Your Future Is Written In The Trees’ – Sally Watson
Brisbane-based artist Caitlin Franzmann hands me a deck of divination cards. “Shuffle them and while you do, focus on a question that has relevance to your life right now. Then pick a card,” she says. The deck is no ordinary deck.


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The Age, ‘Artist Caitlin Franzmann talks trees and their mysticism and symbolism’ – Megan Backhouse
For one week last month Caitlin Franzmann​ sat below the translucent petals of Melbourne's MPavilion willing perfect strangers to join her and talk trees.


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Realtime, ‘Hearing through capital’s illusions’ – Tiarney Miekus
Held at the National Gallery of Victoria and curated by Liquid Architecture, Capitalist Surrealism encompassed nine lecture-performances that engaged, wrestled with and thought beyond our capitalist present.


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ArtReview, ‘Liquid Architecture 2015′ – Stefanie Hessler
Liquid Architecture 2015, various venues, Australia, by Stefanie Hessler


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The Age, ‘Liquid Architecture promotes ‘awesome, talented’ women working in sound art’ – Dylan Rainforth
Liquid Architecture works in the supposedly male-dominated world of sound art and experimental music.


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Speaker TV, ‘Liquid Architecture on the Sonority of Life and Art’ – Isabella Olivieri
Moving away from the trend of ‘deep listening’ they’ve taken Liquid Architecture into a new direction that asks questions about sound, such as what it means, what the forces are and what effect is has.


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The Age, ‘Liquid Architecture is all talk’ – Dylan Rainforth
"We're interested in how everything, including listening, has become a commodity. The idea is everything can be valued, all creativity has been assimilated, and the more capitalist things become the more surreal they also become".


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3CR, ‘Women on the Line’ – Sounds of Feminism
We hear profound performances from Celeste Liddle, Evelyn Ida Morris, and Makiko Yamamoto, plus a conversation with Liquid Architecture's artistic director Danni Zuvela.


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3CR, ‘Queering the Air’ – Emotional Labour, Feminism, Capital Value and Theory with Aurelia Guo & Eva Birch
On this episode of Queering the Air Thanh Hằng explores Women's Emotional Labour, Feminism, Capital Value and Theory with Melbourne-based writer/artist, Aurelia Guo and co-founder of the Feminist Theory Reading Group, Eva Birch.


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