1. TARA COOK - Melbourne

    “Turned Off”

    DEACTIVATE. SHUT DOWN. TERMINATE. SHUT OFF. ABORT. DISBAND. Switch off. CONCLUDE. Tune out. DISCONNECT. TURN OFF. DESIST. CLOSE UP. CEASE. DISLIKE. Close down. CUT OFF. HALT. GIVE UP. DEPART. DROP OUT. EXPIRE. Wrap up. DISCONTINUE. PUTT OFF. RETIRE. BREAK DOWN. FINISH. Break off. STOP. CALL OFF. UNPLUG. FLICK OFF. CLOSE. END. QUIT, TURN

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    An exhibtion curated by Lee-Ann Joy, derived from a facebook group titled "Experimental Sounds, Sculptures & Installations" facebook.com/groups/181396721881365/

    Exhibition - J Studio's, Library Art Space, Melbourne, Australia. Compromised of Melbourne Sculptors and Sound Artists with International guest Sound Artists whom each produced a film especially for the event.

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  2. VIJAY THILLAIMUTHU - Melbourne

    “Expanse”

    Despite originally coming from a sound practice based largely on the use of traditional musical instruments, through experimentation with techniques utilising DIY electronics and subverting or ‘hacking’ obsolete technologies (CRT TV’s etc), I arrived at a point where I was generating sound and vision simultaneously in real-time, without the aid of a computer. I develop unique analogue systems that exhibit the inherent simularities between how sound and vision is reproduced through electronic means. In my systems what is seen and what is heard is generated from the same voltage, whether it is being turned into vibrations via a speaker cone, translated into video signals and mixed via a colour matrix or used as a means to accelerate and deflect electrons in a cathode ray tube television or oscilloscope.
    Through creating work with this causal relationship between senses, my approach to composition has shifted dramatically.For this work, Expanse, sound was created by a generative patch on a custom modular synthesizer. An infra-red camera signal and these sound voltages are fed into individual colour channels in a homemade video encoder and projected into the space.

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    Filmed: Lee-Ann Joy

    An exhibtion curated by Lee-Ann Joy, derived from a facebook group titled "Experimental Sounds, Sculptures & Installations" facebook.com/groups/181396721881365/

    Exhibition - J Studio's, Library Art Space, Melbourne, Australia. Compromised of Melbourne Sculptors and Sound Artists with International guest Sound Artists whom each produced a film especially for the event.

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  3. ANTONIA GOODFELLOW - Melbourne

    “Echo”

    In Echo, motion (infinite motion) is broken down into a sequence of still pictures of television static, usually seen as a moving image or absence of image, and then stitched together in a continual loop. Echo explores the possibility of the divisibility of motion, dividing the streaming motion of the television static through the act of freezing it into a series of photos. The looped film acts as a device for a continual return of the sequence. The television static is used because television static picks up random electromagnetic waves out in the ether and comprises of 1/4 -1/3 cosmic background radiation. (The static is a visual signifier of the Cosmic Background Radiation which emanates back to us through time from the Big bang; the birth of our universe as we know it, some 13.7 billion light years ago.)
    The projection is layered with a recording of a heartbeat, amidst the micro radio wave frequencies of the universe, in which our human hearts beat.

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    Filmed: Lee-Ann Joy

    An exhibtion curated by Lee-Ann Joy, derived from a facebook group titled "Experimental Sounds, Sculptures & Installations" facebook.com/groups/181396721881365/

    Exhibition - J Studio's, Library Art Space, Melbourne, Australia. Compromised of Melbourne Sculptors and Sound Artists with International guest Sound Artists whom each produced a film especially for the event.

    # vimeo.com/32139494 Uploaded 301 Plays 0 Comments
  4. Tara Cook - Melbourne
    "Vibes"
    They say that the digital is not continuous like the analogue; but I still see waves. Information is transferred to represent something that it is not what it represents- and that makes the work. My work is an echo of the digital, which in in itself echoes the analogue. Pixels replace particles. What forms from a line of sound? A break. What is a block of colour? Noise.

    An exhibition curated by Lee-Ann Joy, derived from a facebook group titled "Experimental Sounds, Sculptures & Installations"
    Website: soundforumleeann.wix.com/sound-forum

    Exhibition - J Studio's, Library Art Space, Melbourne, Australia.
    Compromised of Melbourne Sound Installation Artists and guest International Sound Artists who each produced a music clip especially for the exhibition.

    Filmed: Lee-Ann Joy
    Edited: Lee-Ann Joy
    Copyright SCENE5 2013

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  5. Rodney Cooper - Australia
    "Surround Sound"
    I wanted to create my own surround sound system using a stainless steel resonating chamber
    positioned around the head like an oversized helmet. Instead of using speakers to create the three dimensional aural illusion of sonic emersion, I wanted my materials to speak of other atmospheric possibilities. The sculptural helmet form is suspended on legs to remove any sense of weight from the listener in order to intensify the psychoacoustic nature of listening.The tuned pipes on top of the helmet extend the idea of the object as a hermoltz resonator, allowing the outlets to feed outside environmental sound into the helmet interior. Listeners can position their ears opposite these tubular outlets while standing under the helmet and carefully experimenting with various
    head positions. mechanical noise from automated strings and springs vibrates transversely through the metal walls of the helmet, creating more layers of textual nuances. Because the object is portable and can be installed virtually anywhere, the helmet acts as a medium, placing the listener inside a third contained listening space connected with the workings of their auditory system. There is the centre, (the listeners head space), the inner circle (the helmets interior) and the outer circle ( the installation location). Speaker driven surround sound systems place emphasis on amplified sounds, whilst environmental sound heard during such presentations is considered more of a listening by product, which is either ignored or accepted as part of the whole listening experience by the listener. My system delivers the sound to the listener acoustically and places equal emphasis on the origin of all sounds heard by the listener.

    An exhibition curated by Lee-Ann Joy, derived from a facebook group titled "Experimental Sounds, Sculptures & Installations"
    Website: soundforumleeann.wix.com/sound-forum

    Exhibition - J Studio's, Library Art Space, Melbourne, Australia.
    Compromised of Melbourne Sound Installation Artists and guest International Sound Artists who each produced a music clip especially for the exhibition.

    Filmed: Tolga Imam
    Edited: Lee-Ann Joy
    Copyright SCENE5 2013

    # vimeo.com/78533992 Uploaded 119 Plays 1 Comment

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