An Individual Note 02: Their Amorous Journey ‘Home…Away…Home’. Motto Melbourne. 23.06.12

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Leith Thomas & Mark Groves (An Individual Note 01)

 

An Individual Note 02: Their Amorous Journey ‘Home…Away…Home’ (The Nature of Field Recording)

– Performance and Talk by Philip Samartzis

Philip Samartzis is Coordinator of Sound in the School of Art at RMIT. He is a researcher in the areas of sound art, acoustic ecology and spatial sound practices. His PhD, Surround Sound in Installation Art, examined the place of sound in contemporary art practice through a range of site determined sound art projects. In 2010 Philip was awarded fellowships by the Australia Council for the Arts, and the Australian Antarctic Division to document the effects of extreme climate and weather events on the human condition in Antarctica. Since returning, Philip has presented this work at numerous festivals and galleries across the world.

3pm start, doors close at 5pm

Motto Melbourne / Pin Up Project Space
15-25 Keele St, Collingwood 3066
Australia

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An Individual Note @ Motto Melbourne 16.06 – 07.07.2012. Event Schedule

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An Individual Note @ Motto Melbourne 16.06 – 07.07.12

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An Individual Note @ Motto Melbourne

On the occasion of its opening, Motto Melbourne presents An Individual Note – a series of performances, discussions and lectures highlighting the role of sound, and notions regarding its creation, manipulation, appropriation and representation, within the context of contemporary practice. This project takes as its reference point the book An Individual Note of Music, Sound and Electronics, by BBC Radiophonic Workshop founder Daphne Oram. The series aims to create an informal discourse regarding the ways in which the theoretical aspects of electronic music production might relate to practice, across a range of contemporary disciplines and genres. The series will be complemented by the exhibition of a growing archive that documents these discussions and performances.

Including contributions from Masato Takasaka, Michael Ozone, Joshua Petherick, Dead Boomers, James Vinciguerra, Brad Haylock, VDO and more

Curated by Library Moderne

16.06 – 07.07.2012

Motto Melbourne / PIN UP Project Space
15-25 Keele Street, Collingwood, VIC 3066, Melbourne, Australia

Schedule to be advised shortly