COLLABORATION IN SOUND BY INDONESIAN AND AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS

NGV Studio, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square from the 1-23 November 2014
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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.

Peter Blamey

Peter Blamey
Peter Blamey is a Sydney-based artist. His practice largely revolves around what might be called ‘open electronics’ and explores connectivity, variability and re-use, and also ideas of electricity, history, ecology and experimentalism in a more general sense.

Lintang Radittya

Lintang Radittya
Lintang works in a very small space modifying circuit boards and working purely with electronic ‘instruments’.

Michael Candy

Michael Candy
Michael Candy is an emerging new media/kinetic artist with a specific interest in mimesis, technological archetypes and the discourse that exists within these contemporary parallels.

Pia Van Gelder

Pia Van Gelder
Pia Van Gelder is a Sydney based electronic media artist/facilitator/teacher at Sydney’s College of Fine Arts. She is a director at the Hybrid ARI Serial Space and the Overlord of Dorkbot (Sydney) - a community of “people doing strange things with electricity”.

Sounds from the cage

Sounds from the cage
(by Dale Gorfinkel) At customs, on arrival back in Australia, I took the ‘Nothing to Declare’ queue because it seemed to be moving faster. People generally like things to move faster, right? Customs checks traveller’s bags for items containing wood, plant and skin or animal materials. This is to protect local agriculture. Meanwhile, petroleum based products,...

Reflections on connections

Reflections on connections
or Why join this to that to do this or that, or indeed anything at all? (by Peter Blamey) Since the IBP ended I’ve been trying to get a handle on a few significant things about connectivity, materials and context that occurred to me during the course of the project, but it’s proving to be...