Apr
14
to Jul 21

Fort Thunder; an electro acoustic playground

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Exhibition:
14th April - 21st July
Open Tues-Sat, 10am-4pm | FREE ADMISSION
In this their first major collaboration, Sydney based artists Lucas Abela and Keg de Souza have combined their backgrounds in exploratory music and temporary architecture to create Fort Thunder! An electro-acoustic playground with a splattering Goethe’s Colour theory that forms an experiential synaesthesia of colour and sound that introduces children to the joys of electronic music creation and audio manipulation. Disguised as play equipment the fort’s Instruments are played through physical play with responsive cause and effect interactions. These instruments are amplified and connected up to all manner of analogue electronic music making sound processors that bend and mould audio in fantastical ways, which are controlled via child friendly oversized knobs & joystick controllers designed as if Willy Wonka himself made effects pedals.

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Currents of Exchange - Kate Brown
Jun
13
to Jun 30

Currents of Exchange - Kate Brown

13 June - 30 June 2018
Opening Night 12 June 2018, 5 - 8pm
space one
Currents of Exchange
Kate Brown
Currents of Exchange explores the relationship between objects, how they are observed, interpreted and interacted with during vocal performance. The representation of an object can be defined by a single reality, position and cultural perspective. Over the duration of the exhibition Kate will present 3 vocal performances where she will change or shift some components in the space.

Performances on: 12th at 6:30pm, wed 20th and 27th at 5:30pm.

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Keg de Souza | Common Knowledge and Learning Curves
Jun
29
to Aug 12

Keg de Souza | Common Knowledge and Learning Curves

Opening | Thursday 28 June, 6pm
Exhibition dates | 29 June – 12 August

'Common Knowledge and Learning Curves' is the first Australian institutional solo exhibition by Keg de Souza, and stems from the artist’s ongoing interest in the ways we teach and learn. The exhibition seeks to break down hierarchies in typical knowledge exchange, exploring radical pedagogy and its tenets including democratic dialogue, lived experience, inquiry learning, solidarity and unlearning.

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