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Anabelle Lacroix hosts a conversation on Social Dissonance with Mattin, Elena Biserna and Tobi Maier in relation to her curatorial project 'From Wakefulness to Consciousness'. https://disclaimer.org.au/contents/from-wakefulness-to-consciousnessFor the past 20 years, Liquid Architecture has been Australia’s leading organisation for artists working w…
 
Jannah Quill uses strobe lights and DIY electronics, reimagining ordinary digital interfaces and technological machines to generate new experiences reinterpreted from the intended consumer use of the digitally banal. This performance was recorded on the 27th of September 2015 at the Tote, Melbourne. www.liquidarchitecture.org.au/program/ri…ity-musi…
 
Mining the thin layer between restlessness and relaxation, gloom and serenity Ensemble Economique perform at Tape Projects. From Humboldt County, California, Ensemble Economique made music for years in the cult group Starving Weirdos. Adopting their new moniker, they set off Travelling the globe like a Lynchian version of Hemingway, mining the thin…
 
How should we think the weaponisation of sound? And what, if anything, has law got to do with it? Dr. James Parker, director of a research program on Law, Sound and the International at the Institute for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH) at Melbourne Law School, surveys the privileged landscapes and material technics of sonic warfare. Th…
 
Professor Douglas Kahn shares sounds and stories about the early audiotape cut-ups he produced in the 1980’s, most notoriously, Reagan Speaks For Himself, which appeared as a flexi-disc inside Raw magazine. Kahn is a Professor at the National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA) at the University of New South Wales and is best known as an histori…
 
In this episode we are joined by three people who know a lot about heat pumps and cold weather Chad Gillespie: Chad is a senior manager, part of Mitsubishi Electric’s Performance Construction Team. He currently leads a national team of business development managers tasked with growing the new construction market for high-performance heat pumps. He …
 
Luciano Chessa examines the work of Italian Futurist, painter and musician Luigi Russolo, presenting a reading of the mechanical sound synthesizers, the intonarumori, that he began to create in 1913. It traces the roots of Russolo’s instrument to Leonardo da Vinci’s noisemakers, and then reestablishes the previously unacknowledged prominence of occ…
 
digital technologies, sonification, surveying contemporary surveillanceJasmine Guffond performs a configuration of sensitive microscopic studies and electro acoustic zones. Guffond is known for her duo Minit (with Torben Tilly) and solo releases on Sonic Pieces, Editions Mego and Karl Records.https://liquidarchitecture.org.au/events/islajaRitual Co…
 
Damaged ambient collaboration Half High AKA Lucy Phelan and Matthew P. Hopkins create music that is both alien and industrial, tranquil and mesmerising. This set was performed in support of Islaja at The Tote. https://liquidarchitecture.org.au/events/islajaRitual Community Music 201610 March 2016The Tote, MelbourneFor the past 20 years, Liquid Arch…
 
The process of redaction freed the words from their literal readingAntonia Sellbach's work explores abstraction in relation to thought, sensation and serial decision-making. Julie Burleigh has played solo on and off for many years, utilising op-shop keyboard, guitar pedals, loop pedals and recorder. Alison Bolger is a founding member of Beaches, Pa…
 
Avid ‘flow’ practitioners and D.I.Y enthusiasts Jen Tait and Jen Callaway call out to the cosmos using an assemblage of percussive objects and electronica, evoking transportive atmosphere, psychic storms and quiet retreats.Is There A Hotline? incorporate Grainger’s concepts of musical scale freedom (microtonal and free flowing pitch intervals), aut…
 
During the 1960s the Tasmanian artist Tony Woods (1940–2017) emerged as a rare talent in the Australian art scene. In this lecture Sheridan Palmer considers problems of inclusion and exclusion and why a talented artist like Tony Woods became peripheral. Palmer is an art historian, curator and biographer, who has published extensively in art and lit…
 
Trevor Matthews from Emerson Canada joins us again to talk about CoreSense by Emerson Refrigeration Software (CoreSense Protection, Diagnostics & Performance Alert) – https://climate.emerson.com/OPI/documents/clc/CoreSense_PC_Communication_Software.exe Air Conditioning Software (CoreSense Communications) - https://climate.emerson.com/OPI/documents/…
 
In Rorschach Audio: Art & Illusion for Sound, British sound artist and writer Joe Banks offers a critical account of Spiritualistic and allegedly supernatural Electronic Voice Phenomena (ghost­voice) recordings, tracing the uncanny phenomena back through the histories of art, literature and the little-known audio monitoring work by UK wartime intel…
 
Four drum solos one after the other for ever and maybe all at once.Matthias Schack-Arnott is a Melbourne based percussive artist working in contemporary classical and exploratory music as a performer, composer and improvisor. On this night he’ll perform using a spinning percussion set-up to kinetically explore cycles, orbits and the perception of t…
 
Our good friend Trevor Matthews from Emerson Canada joins us to talk about compressors, why they fail, how to prevent failures and how to troubleshoot them. Emerson Flow Chart - https://www.hvacrschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/2004ECT-126_NOTRUNNING.pdf Compressor Installation Guide - http://hvacrschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Compress…
 
Four drum solos one after the other forever and maybe all at once.Maria Moles is a drummer, producer and educator based in Melbourne, Australia who performs experimental improvised music built from electronic manipulation of rhythmic structures played on the drum set, with the aim of producing transcendental listening situations and dense sound wor…
 
Farhad Bandesh joins Joe Khan on FBi Radio to discuss the Manus Recording Project Collective’s project, where are you today.Everyday in August 2020 a text message with a recording from Farhad Bandesh, Farhad Rahmati, Samad Abdul, Shamindan Kanapathi, Thanush Selvraj or Yasin Abdallah will be sent out to subscribers.These men, seeking asylum by boat…
 
Michael Green joins Beth AQ on The Glasshouse, Triple R to discuss the Manus Recording Project Collective. Their project How Are you today was part of the 2018 exhibition Eavesdropping at The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne. This interview was broadcast in 2018 on Triple R, Melbourne.The Manus Recording Project Collective is currently presentin…
 
Susan Schuppli and Brian Hochman: A Short History of Eavesdropping on The Drawing Room (ABC Radio National)https://eavesdropping.exposed/For the past 20 years, Liquid Architecture has been Australia’s leading organisation for artists working with sound and listening. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and …
 
Legal scholar Sara Ramshaw recounts the famous 1997 encounter between musician Ornette Cole­man and philoso­pher Jacques Der­rida and what this meeting might have to say about ideas of law and jus­tice.As part of Eaves­drop­ping, Liquid Archi­tec­ture and Mel­bourne Law School took over Make it Up Club for a night of impro­vi­sa­tions in the key of…
 
Suzanne Kite presents INDIGENOUS LISTENING, a lecture on soundscapes, musicologies, and traditions in her own work and that of artists including Post Commodity and Rebecca Belmore, and EVERYTHING I SAY IS TRUE, a multi-media narrative work that uses family ephemera and history to consider concepts of truth in relation to Oglala Lakota knowledge sys…
 
Saskia Doherty speaks until the breath is completely gone.This program of lecture-performances by sound artists is brought to you by the new cultural logic of capital — real, but honestly, also kind of surreal (algorhythmically-determined, creatively industrial, simulacra sold back to us as authentic alternatives).https://liquidarchitecture.org.au/…
 
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