22.11.12

RICHARD KEAN'S AURAL LABYRINTH OPENS FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER AT 6PM

You are invited to the opening of

Aural Labyrinth

an architectural/acoustic installation by Richard Kean,
on Friday 30 November 2012 at 6 - 8 pm.

Richard Kean is a Sydney-based artist who works with acoustic sound, specific space and visual medium. During November, he will work in Articulate project space to convert its 300+ cubic metres into an aural and visual installation that visitors are invited to navigate and play, individually or as impromptu collaborations. 

Performance by the artist: Saturday 1 December at 2 - 3pm
Performance by Weizen Ho: Sunday 9 December at 2 - 3pm

Artist’s talk: Saturday 15 December at 2-3pm
Open Friday to Sunday 11am - 5pm, 1 - 16 December

invitation:
  
This project is supported by funding from Leichhardt Council

19.11.12

SOUND SCULPTURE INSTALLATION OPEN ON SATURDAY

A collaborative sound and sculpture installation by visual and sound artists Alison Clouston and Boyd, Kathryn Ryan and Alexandra Spence, open at Articulate on Saturday 17 November. 

listen on  YOUTUBE 
& more to come.
 
images by Alison Clouston and Kathryn Ryan


This project  is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

13.11.12

SOUND & SCULPTURE INSTALLATION



‘Sound and Sculpture Installation’ by Alison Clouston & Boyd, Kathryn Ryan & Alexandra Spence
You are invited to Sound and Sculpture Installation by Alison Clouston & Boyd, Kathryn Ryan & Alexandra Spence.
Opening: Saturday 17 November, 6-8pm
Open Hours: 12-8pm, Saturday 17 November.

Alison Clouston & Boyd have been mentoring Alexandra Spence and Kathryn Ryan, producing a collaborative sound and sculpture installation at Articulate project space. They have made the work together and invite the public to visit them at Articulate on Saturday.


Invitation
see also: the small studio opening at Gaffa Thursday 15 November 6pm                                                                                                              
This is the second part of Articulate project space's collaborative cross-artform project, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.