A commission to produce a new electronic work using the Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio collection and other sources. The performance outcome will be an 8 channel live diffusion of the work.
Performance at The Substaion, Newport
November 2, 2019.
SCREEN COMPOSING MENTORSHIP
Working with mentor Bryony Marks to complete a six-week Screen Composing Bootcamp alongside industry experience. Supported by Screenworks and APRA AMCOS.
NEW ALBUM - DRIFT
Out through Cassauna (Important Records) in April 2019.
Digital download or cassette available .
Drift is a free fall album consisting of compositions that invoke a sense of hovering expansion. Deeply spacious yet tightly compacted sound movements create holding patterns that slowly shift and evolve. Cycles fall in and out of sync while atmospheres envelop time, appearing on the periphery before being subsumed back into space.
MONA FOMA 2018
Jim Denley & Rosalind Hall
Jim Denley and I performed over three days in Wim Delvoye’s Chapel and in the Void, MONA.
Listen to an interview and an excerpt from one of our performances at New Waves, ABC Classic FM.
MONA FOMA 2018
Experiments in Freedom
Also featured at MOFO was Experiments in Freedom -
new versions of Percy Grainger’s Free Music machines.
I produced and reserached the project, collaborating with Michael Candy who designed and built the machines. Additional coding by Marcus Cook.
Read a review from The Conversation.
MESS Autumn School Scholarship 2018
I have received a place in the MESS Professional Development project with weekely classes and studio sessions from April - June 2018.
Body of People - Melbourne Science Gallery, August 2017
Body of People is a collective sound installation that grows and shifts as participants contribute their heartbeat to a space. The live recordings form a sonic pool of heart-beats donated by visitors to the space, shifting between synchronisation, polyrhythms and noise. The undulating noise chorus adds to a visceral experience of the space as it becomes a body of many people.
Composition and sound design for PaPa, a short film by Ryan Alexander Lloyd.
Official selection imagineNATIVE, Toronto 2017, NZIFF, 2018 and Maoriland Film Festival 2018.