28.7.14

SOUND THINKING OPENS FRIDAY 1 AUGUST 6-8PM, WITH GARY WARNER, IAN ANDREWS & LIAM CROWLEY


Sound Thinking will open on Friday 1 August 6-8pm with new participative sound works by Gary Warner, Ian Andrews and Liam Crowley.

Curated by: Libby Elisabeth Warren

OPENING: FRIDAY 1 AUGUST 6-8PM
Open:  11am - 5pm Friday 1 August - Sunday 3 August.
ARTISTS' TALK:  SATURDAY 2 AUGUST 3-5PM

In the exhibition Sound Thinking, three artists invite visitors to participate in the making of soundscapes whilst moving through the project space. 

Ian Andrews’ Motori is activated by movement sensors and reverses the traditional action of the turntable so that records remain motionless while styluses move to produce subtle sounds.  
Gary Warner’s songs for Robert Brown is an acoustic sculptural object which, when held and moved in the hands of visitors, produces random sequences of resonant metallic tones. 

Liam Crowley’s Roadworn consists of electronic instruments constructed from found materials, which signify contemporary society and culture.  The audience is invited to use these instruments to make experimental noise.  
These works use strategies of experiential engagement to explore cooperative creativity, chance operations and sonic suggestion.  

Garry Warner Songs for Robert Brown. 2014
(Detail, interior) photo: Gary Warner

Ian Andrews  Motori (Detail) 2014

Liam Crowley Roadworn 2014






























































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