The next instalment in the Audio Foundation workshop series caters equally to visual and sonic inclinations.
Spectral transcription is the process of extracting discrete frequencies from a sound recording, and converting them into either musical notation, graphic interpretation, or midi files which can then be used as material for further composition work.
Kerian Varaine has been developing his composition practice in this field for over five years using freely available opensource software.
Please join us for a special event with New York filmmaker, Steve Cossman, during which Steve will screen four recent works for 16mm film, followed by a discussion of his process and musical background.
Please join us for the opening of The Middle Kingdom: Made in China 2002-2017, a exhibition by Wellingtonian artist, Daniel Beban.
Daniel Beban first travelled to China in 2002 on an overland trip en route to Europe. He stayed 3 months in the backwaters of Guizhou, Yunnan, Sichuan and Gansu provinces with a mindisc recorder and a camera. He’s been back to China for four other extended trips, performing, making and exploring. This exhibition is a collection of work made in China over these 15 years. It includes sound installations, audio, video and photographs.
Albert Ashton (Aotearoa NZ) // FAFSWAG (Aotearoa NZ) // Ayrson Heráclito (BR) // Kitso Lynn Lelliott (BW/ZA) // Antonio Paucar (PER-DE) // Rosanna Raymond (Aotearoa NZ)
The performance exhibition Acts of Passage addresses the body in its cathartic function: by performing small rituals and cleansing gestures artists trigger memory to reconcile history and the now through physical action.
On the 22nd of October 2016 Ioela Rauti (Niki) was issued a third 90 day eviction notice from her home of 22 years. As a member of the Tamaki Housing Group, she has been fighting the destruction and gentrification of her Glen Innes community and home since 2011. An occupation of Niki’s home began with two conjoint marches arriving at her home on the 17th January 2017.
“Every summer break for University, I often register myself into a temping agency for work to keep up with the cost of living. This habit started at an early age, as kids living in Herne Bay in the late 80s we were exposed to factory work from an early age. During our school holidays, my parents couldn’t afford baby sitters or holiday programmes, so we tagged along with our parents, uncles and aunties to their work places.
In his new work, Tides and Mirrors – Study No.1, Jousha Rutter presents viewers with a score for people walking backwards. Performers of the work are governed by a set of simple rules that change over time, allowing effective, if limited, choices to be made within an unknowable environment. The hope is that when taken together, these choices generate what the artist describes as ‘scenic moments and situations’.
The Auckland Art Gallery is having a rare screening of Serene Velocity, the famous 1970 experimental film by Ernie Gehr, on Wednesday January 31st at 6pm. It is in association with Michael Stevenson’s exhibition which is entitled ‘Serene Velocity.’