Part of Series
Mental Orchestrations; New Noise MachinesBrisbane, Australia
|Part of||Wireless Imagination|
|Where||State Library of Queensland|
|Date||Saturday, 7 November 2009|
A two evening evolving happening in celebration of Art Monthly Australia’s (AMA) November issue, edited by Douglas Kahn and Sarah Last, focussing on sound art and noise.
Responding to Futurist visionary Luigi Russolo’s radical noise-machines, the intonarumori, on the 100th anniversary of the Futurist Manifesto, a selection of contemporary Australian sound artists transform the SLQ terrace into a Mental Orchestra of machines-for-making-noise.
Mental Orchestrations; New Noise Machines - WORKS
ChimeMelanie Jade Simpson Brisbane, Australia
Dutton Park CemeteryChloe Cogle Brisbane, Australia
GuggChristopher L G Hill , Alex Vivian Melbourne, Australia
Christopher L G Hill & Alex Vivian (Melbourne) Our Voices are our noise making machines, they gurgle and cackle in GUGGity. The shapes our mouths fall into may be new or old, the combinations are endless, two trolls playing b-ball…
Hang PartsDylan Martorell Melbourne, Australia
I’ve got a bikeMichael Donnelly Kyogle, Australia
Bike drum assemblage
Macro BrewAlex Cuffe Brisbane, Australia
…the pursuit of invention and innovation through using sonic feedback and found materials. When this is achieved you own your creation like no other.
Metal RubbingsAndrew McLellan , Timothy Tate Brisbane, Australia
Debris from our industry of technological determination – be them found in the pierced sky or on the scarred earth – excrete the background noise we crave once we have found our ability to break the saturation. With sonic microscopy,…
Noise ImageBotborg Brisbane, Australia
Light, electronics, generating sound, video, Upside down cake, instrument building, colourful noise, dinosaurs, junk assembly, re purposed old technology, sculpture, custom devices, kinetics, film, installation and love.
The Vessel ProjectRod Cooper , Anthony Magen , Dale Gorfinkel , Dale Chapman , Michael Prior Melbourne, Australia
Conceived by noise-sculpture visionary Rod Cooper, the Vessel Project fuses sound, electronics, light, mechanics and projection in the form of a long metallic boat filled with enclosed sound chambers and covered in strings, springs, bowing mechanisms, tongs, rods and tubing….