[residency/project] ancientMSG

A three weeks live art project organised by Gertrude Contemporary, a collaboration of 4 Indonesian artists and 4 Australian artists, curated and produced by Kristi Monfries of the Volcanic Winds. The result is presented in 1 hour of live collaborative performance of all participating artist.

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[performance] Sonic Art Showcase

Andreas Siagian - squaresolid, Iqbal S. Lubis, Budi Prakosa - Manticore Sonic Art Showcase - photo credit: Arlo Henings

Sonic Art Showcase Performance at Kedai Kebun Forum, 27 August 2015

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[performance] Pengolah Sinyal, presentation by Lintang Radittya

Lintang Radittya - Kenalirangkaipakai performing his Javanese Modular, along with visual from Budi Prakosa - Manticore

In April, I’m helping out my friend Lintang Radittya – Kenalirangkaipakai for his presentation on Javanese Modular, a modular synthesizer that he build. The presentation called Pengolah Sinyal, also presenting a collaboration of Lintang with several artists including myself. The event took place in Kedai Kebun Forum on 25 April 2015.

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[instrument | installation] Nadalaut: As Above So Bellow for Instrument Builders Project – NGV, Melbourne, AU. A collaboration with Dale Gorfinkel.

If you think of a resonator, it resonates differently depending on its’ shapes and size. Naturally, they also oscillate to some frequencies with greater amplitude than at others. As shape and size of human ear canals and cochlea (ear organ) vary between individuals and (of course) vary between species, does this affects our sensitivities on certain tones of sounds? Or maybe it also affects our taste in music? These are the basic questions of the instrument, Nadalaut. Continue reading

Noble Wave for Instrument Builders Project – NGV, Melbourne, AU

Another collaboration with Pia Van Gelder and Michael Candy, this time with Lintang Radittya joins the collaboration. Still exploring a site specific works, this “2nd MOS” is a performative journey to explore the hills of Australia. More info in IBP site here.