Music for one or two harpsichords.
New music from Australia and the Americas for one and two harpsichords. For those who love harpsichords and think they should have a life in the present, here is the CD for you. Harpsichordist Michael Tsalka has a world-wide reputation and well-known Australian harpsichordist Diana Weston both had many of the works dedicated to them.
Bruce Crossman’s Gentleness-Suddenness project consists of three works: the one which appears here, is Gentleness-Suddenness. Gentleness-Suddenness was premiered at the New Music Series, Campbeltown Arts Centre on Saturday 29 June 2013. Performed by Claire Edwardes (percussion), Michael Kieran Harvey (piano), James Cuddeford (violin) and Lotte Latukefu (mezzo-soprano). Sounds like the mix didn’t make it on to this video.
Short film written and directed by Iqbal Barkat, composed by Petar Jovanov, performed by Claire Edwardes (perc), Jason Noble (clar). Winner: The Indie Fest 2013 – Award of Merit (Asian American), Nominee: Campfire Film Festival 2014 – Best Art, Literacy and Media Film; Official Selection – LA Asian Pacific FIlm Festival 2014.
This hybrid installation for gallery spaces forms part of The Opium Confessions, an overarching enquiry across different media platforms into the writings of Thomas De Quincey (1785-1859): poet, opium addict, wandering adventurer, genius of the imagination.
Sheet Music explores the potential of electrically conductive inks to transform a piece of graphic design into an electronic component. Printed with silver ink these two posters work as aerials picking up variations in the room’s electromagnetic field caused by gallery visitors. Electronics enclosed in the wall convert these variations to sound, allowing participants to ‘play’ the posters by moving their hands in front of them.