Camilla Hannan, Nigel Brown and Eamon Sprod Trio
Camilla Hannan, Nigel Brown and Eamon Sprod conduct a collaborative intervention into the service passageways of the Royal Melbourne Hospital. They explore the solid and air borne vibrations found, captured, activated and manipulated in-situ. Hannan, Brown and Sprod create an immersive sonic situation within the hidden but fully functional bowels, heart and lungs of the hospital.
Joe Talia will perform inside the main generator hall, using a combination of acoustic percussion and electronic manipulation to re-interpret the noises, mechanical drones and ambiences that take place in and around this massive environment deep within the hospital tunnels.
Rod Cooper: Solo Site Specific performance for Noise Machine and Spring Assembly.
On listening back to recordings made during the initial site visit, Rod decided to employ the use of 2 self made noise machines to respond in comparative sonic scale to sounds contained inside these spaces. In hoping to camouflage his own noise amongst the hospital noise Rod will amplify noise and frequencies that can bounce sympathetically around the distances of the tunnels, using bass and midrange tones coaxed from his machines.
Please note: The Entry Point: Entry to the venue will be from the meeting point of the Charles La Trobe Lecture Theatre, which is located near the Information Desk of the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Grattan Street Main Entrance, and a Liquid Architecture staff member will meet the audience to facilitate entry.