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Noble Wave

Noble Wave
Noble Wave by Michael Candy, Lintang Radittya, Andreas Siagian, Pia van Gelder The videography was done by Marcus Salvagno. Made from Electronics and sounded by Mount Feathertop. The Noble Wave was made by a Gurdy Gurpy, RF Biosynth, Squaresynth, Kuasa Wukir, 8bit Mixtape Analogue, WindAmp, radio

Nada Laut: As Above So Below

Nada Laut: As Above So Below
Nadalaut: As Above So Below by Andreas Siagian and Dale Gorfinkel. Made with aluminum vibraphone bars, shells, meccano wheels, DC motors, wood, fishing line, metal hooks, fan.

Time Hammer

Time Hammer
Time Hammer by Wukir Suryadi. Made with a wooden hammer, hinges, rope and handle, electronics, motor, garden sprinkler, clock, L.E.D lights, wall mural and text.

Table Hurdy Gurdy

Table Hurdy Gurdy
Table Hurdy Gurdy by Wukir Suryadi, Michael Candy. Made with a table, electronics, servo motors, guitar parts, figurines, ceremic tea set and scrapbook.

IBP3 Public Progams starts this Wednesday!

IBP3 Public Progams starts this Wednesday!
From Wednesday to Saturday the IBP workshop will open its doors to the public. There will be freeform music jams, an expanded listening program, synth building and the closing party. All Welcome!

Andreas Siagian

Andreas Siagian
Andreas Siagian is an artist, engineer and internet troll, a cross disciplinary artist with an engineering background focusing on creative communities, alternative education, DIY/DIWO culture and interdisciplinary collaboration in art, science and technology.

Caitlin Franzmann

Caitlin Franzmann
Caitlin Franzmann is a Brisbane-based artist. She creates architectural interventions and participatory installations to encourage slowness, curiosity and social interaction.

Dale Gorfinkel

Dale Gorfinkel
Dale Gorfinkel is a multi-instrumentalist, improvisor, instrument builder, installation artist and educator. He is interested in finding fresh ways of presenting and making music.

Tintin Wulia

Tintin Wulia
Tintin Wulia lives in Brisbane, Australia, and works internationally. Her works investigate the geopolitical borders that segregate our globalising world, informed by interdisciplinary research in art and critical geopolitics (PhD in Art, RMIT University 2014).

Wukir Suryadi

Wukir Suryadi
Wukir Suryadi is the product of a unique fusion of ancient Javanese tradition with an onslaught of contemporary noise.