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March 3rd, 2009

paradjanovBritish sound artist Mike Cooper makes music that is becoming increasingly hard to categorise. The Rome-based guitarist has moved forward from folk, blues, jazz, and free improvisation in the 1960s and 70s, through experimental electronics, field recordings, and Pacific Island music. These days Cooper, in his late sixties, plays both song-form/improv sets for guitar, vocals, electronics, and objects, as well as live scoring his favourite films, eschewing his vocals to focus on micro-sounds, drones, snippets of glissando guitar, and other alien tones from various sound boxes.

Last here in April of 2007, Cooper scored Kaneto Shindo’s 1964 macabre classic ‘Oni Baba’ (Demon Woman), and this Tuesday March 3, he will score in its entirety Armenian director Sergei Paradjanov’s seldom-seen ‘The Color of Pomegranates’ (1969). The film is an astonishingly beautiful epic tracing the life of 18th Century Armenian poet Sayat Nova. Paradjanov’s painterly approach to cinematography and the film’s controversial religious, iconic, and psycho-sexual themes make ‘The Color of Pomegranates’ one of the finest European art films of the 1960s. The film was initially refused an export licence and banned by the Soviet authorities. Paradjanov was consequently deemed a non-conformist, and incarcerated in 1973, charged with rape and homosexuality, spending five years at a labour camp. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear a master of avant-garde composition and see a striking piece of cinema.

The gallery’s doors open at 8pm and Cooper will perform sans local support due to the film’s long running time. Please arrive promptly. Entry is $10.

 

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December 17th, 2008

Jon Dale

Daniel Varricchio

Kynan Lawlor

cujon

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November 24th, 2008

Pimmon (Syd)

Richard Francis )NZ)

pimmonposterhttp://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=201046558

http://www.audiofoundation.org.nz/artist/richard-francis/126

 

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November 2nd, 2008

Anne Norman

David Kotlowy

shakuhachiposter

 

annenorman.com

http://www.asso-galun.com/English/musique/DavidKotlowyEnglish.htm

 

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October 26th, 2008

Aleksandr Tsiboulski – guitar

Greta Bradman – soprano

The Leonore String Quartet

RODRIGO – En los trigales

SOR – Variations on a Theme of Mozart, Op. 9

BROUWER – Quintet for Guitar and String Quartet

SOR – Four Seguidillas

BOCCHERINI – Fandango from Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D (G.448)

 

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September 30th, 2008

Domenico Sciajno (Italy)

Concert

www.ixem.it/sciajno

 

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August 10th, 2008

The Piping Shrieks

SALA performance


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May 12th-24th

Roberto Cavagnoli – luthier

2nd Cremona Aussiebition

aussiebition

 

http://www.cremonaussiebition.com

 

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April 27th, 2008

TTFM&TF (Syd)

dot.AY (Bris)

Hidden Village

chiptune-print

 

HIDDEN VILLAGE ( SA )
As Hidden Village, Lauren Sutter and Sebastian Tomczak draw upon an eclectic collection of retro game consoles, such as the Atari 2600, Commodore 64, Vectrex and original Gameboy, utilising recently developed sound software to create a performance duo.  They endeavour to explore the use of relatively unconventional hardware and software in music making, such as the use of mobile phones as homebrew portable instruments and the construction of self-designed digital sequencing devices from scratch as performance.
Additionally, they have designed and implemented a number of physical interfaces for use in musical performance involving light and water as well as an interface for the Vectrex videogame console. They have performed at the Australian Computer Music Conference (2006), the Tyndall Assembly Concert Series (2007), and expanded to perform as Hidden City for the opening of  the 2008 Adelaide Festival of Arts, alongside Stephen Whittington, Luke Harrald, Derek Pascoe and the Zephyr Quartet.
TEN THOUSAND FREE MEN & THEIR FAMILIES: ( NSW )
10kfreemen is the alias of Tom Gilmore, an Australian chiptune artist. Tom began making Game Boy music in early 2007 with very little exposure to the world of chiptune.  His early minimalistic style developed with his exposure and increased involvement with the scene, along with the development of a live show to express himself to new audiences and expose a new genre of music to an unaware Sydney, Australia.
http://10kfreemen.com
http://myspace.com/10kfreemen

DOT.AY ( QLD )
Alex Yabsley aka Dot.AY has long been in search of a musical form that can be highly experimental and creatively satisfying whilst being accessible and dance friendly, he believes Chiptunes are what he was born to make. The key component of Dot.AY’s work is based in live performance this has developed into regular live shows in and around Brisbane as well as supporting international acts such as Crystal Castles, Girl Talk and Dan Deacon. His music juxtaposes hard fast noise with cute melodies all the time maintaining a high energy vibe, like a photon powered mech-warrior with pokemon tattoos.
http://dot-ay.com
http://myspace.com/dotaymusic

 

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April 17th, 2008

Chris Smith (Vic)

+ Cameron Wood, + Kynan Lawlor Group

chris-smith-poster-print

 

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=55564863

 

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April 10th, 2008

Hidden City

Seb Tomczak, Lauren Sutter, Luke Harrald, Derek Pascoe, Stephen Whittington

hidden-city-print

 

little-scale.blogspot.com

 

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April 7th, 2008

Valerio Tricoli (Italy)

+ Kynan Lawlor, + InterZone eXpress

tricoli-print

 

www.bowindorecordings.com

 

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March 27th, 2008

Christian Pruvost (France)

+ Dane Hirsinger, Derek Pascoe, Scott O’Hara

christian-pruvost-print

 

 

Concert

 

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March 17th, 2008

Daniel Varricchio

Patrick Saracino

Lenin Simos

march17

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http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendID=221582046

 

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March 2nd, 2008

Dale Gorfinkel (Melb)

Rosalind Hall (Melb)

+ Dane Hirsinger/Justin Williams/Kym Gluyas

gorfinkel-poster1

http://guides.news.com.au/music/artist/?43561

http://www.artreview.com/profile/RosalindHall

 

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February 7th, 2008

Mathieu Werchowski (France)

David Kotlowy

Shivna Kaun

werchowski                   mwerchowski.free.fr

www.asso-galun.com/English/musique/ DavidKotlowyEnglish.htm

shivnakaun.com

 

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December 20th, 2007

Francis Plagne (Melb)

Tiny Ponies

Scott O’Hara & Ellen Carey

Jon Dale

francisjpeg1                           www.myspace.com/francisplagne

 

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November 8th, 2007

Breakdancing the Dawn (Blue Mountains)

MURRA (MATT EARLESOLO)

STASIS DUO (EARLE AND ADAM SUSSMAN)

ABU TUCKER(EARLE/SUSSMAN/RYKO)

KYNAN LAWLOR breakdanceposter                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“In the back of the tiny, ground floor performance space in Adelaide, Australia’s De La Catessen Gallery sits a baby grand piano that’s slowly going out of tune. Resting on that instrument, whose 88 keys remain untouched for most all of this eight-act showcase for Matt Earle’s Breakdance The Dawn cassette label, are two mixing desks, and other associated apparatus. Operating the desks are Earle and his long-time collaborator Adam Süssmann, who slowly twist together pure tones, phase patterns, electronic glissando, and shards of feedback with unassuming grace. Their set, as Stasis Duo, winds to its end in front of an audience numbering in the low twenties.

Some would call this electroacoustic improvisation (much as that term is inherently problematic), and until recently, I’d have agreed: there is certainly aesthetic and ideological overlap between Stasis Duo, Earle and Süssmann’s local and national peers, and such ‘glocal’ scenes as the New London Silence, onkyo, and Berlin reductionism. Dive further into the endless proliferation of sub-groupings, collaborations and on-the-fly gigs and recordings from this sub-set of the Australian underground, however, and EAI doesn’t even begin to cover the breadth of exploration undertaken by Stasis Duo and a clutch of their loosely related peers – people like Anthony Guerra, Arek Gulbenkoglu, Will Guthrie and Joel Stern.

In order to get to Adelaide, Earle and Süssmann, along with Riko and James Heighway, had spent several days on the road from their base in the Blue Mountains, camping out in the country while lugging all of their gear, including multiple amps, drum kits, and countless instruments, on the back of a large ute. Three more – the Unaustralians duo of Bonnie and Nylstoch, and New Zealand filmmaker Snakebeings – had driven over from Melbourne that day.”

From Australian EAI by Jon Dale

complete article – http://reynerbanhamhour.blogspot.com/2008/10/002.html

 

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October 11th, 2007

Tyndall Assembly 2007 #4

Edward Kelly

Tristan Louth-Robins and Jason Sweeny

Performance of Alvin Lucier’s ‘I Am Sitting In A Room’

tyndall2007no42

http://www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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September 2nd, 2007

Good Evening Song

Johannes Sistermanns (Germany)

Linda Marie Walker

James Guerts (Melb)

PERFORMANCE – Sound/Writing/Video

http://www.sistermanns.eu

http://www.jamesguerts.com

www.ensemble.va.com.au/lmw

watch: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/829152/goodevening_song/

 

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August 30th, 2007

Tyndall Assembly 2007 #3

Poppi Doser

Darren Curtis

Milkcrate tyndallassembly_31                                       

 

 

http://www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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August 8th, 2007

Chord from the Second Delphic Hymn

lp-cover1

Release of live recording from De La Catessen

 

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August 2nd and 9th 2007

Behaviour

Jordan D’Arsie Andy Petrusevics Linda Marie Walker

behaviour_flyer_a11

Concert

 

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July 29th, 2007

Aleksandr Tsiboulski

Classical Guitar  

“Yet in a tiny 30-seat inner city venue called Gallery Delacatessen, one of the year’s most remarkable concerts took place. Adelaide guitarist Aleksandr Tsiboulski, now studying in the US, gave a dazzling recital of Manuel Ponce and Stephen Dodgson on his new Greg Smallman guitar. The intensity and deep musicianship of his playing was on a par with anything at the Guitar Festival” Graham Strahle, The Adelaie Review 

 

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July 26th, 2007

Tyndall Assembly 2007 #2

Luke Harrald and Derek Pascoe

Hidden Village

Vinny Bhagat tyndall2007no2                                        

http://www.tyndallassembly.com  

review:

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,22167735-5003361,00.html

 

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July 27th, 2007

Buttercup Metal Polish (Switzerland)

buttercupposter1                                     Alexandre Babel and Nicholas Field – Percussion

 http://myspace.com/buttercupmetalpolish

 

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 June 27th, 2007

Tyndall Assembly 2007 #1

Sanad

Mycorrhiza

Tristan Louth-Robins tyndall2007no112                                        

http://www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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May 31st, 2007

Robert Curgenven (NT)

with John Brennand, undertones

i-cant-bleieve-its-not-loud                                    http://www.soundsunusual.com/artists_robertcurgenven.asp

I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S NOT LOUD

 

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 May 27, 2007

Aleksandr Tsiboulski

Takemitsu, Brouwer, Ponce, Albeniz

Classical Guitar concert

“GUITARS are habitually amplified, so it’s a pleasure to hear a truly acoustic sound in an intimate venue. De la Catessen Gallery holds about 30 people, and is the brainchild of composer Luke Altmann.
In this tiny but resonant space, Aleksimdr Tsiboulski’s guitar sounded remarkably rich and full, especially in the lower strings. It’s not just the instrument, but the person playing it: Tsiboulski has a fine sense of sound and impressive control over the tonal resources of the instrument, producing a great range of colours. Following notable wins in international competitions, he chose to play music he really loves, rather than prize-winning potboilers.
These included an ingenious piece of musical retro-styling by Manuel Ponce, a quirky and engaging suite by Stephen Dodgson, and a marvelously inventive trio of Cuban inspiration by Leo Brouwer.
Apart from immaculate technique, Tsiboulski displayed a rare ability to engage with the emotional dimension of the music, imbuing it, when required, with passion, humour and sensuality. In a scene full of talented young players, Tsiboulski stands out.” Stephen Whittington,The Advertiser

 

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April 4th, 2007

Hidden Village

Mycorrhiza

West ‘n Mitchell

trianide                                         

watch:

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=6WDtztSsxkc

 

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January 11th 2007

Dean Roberts (NZ)

Werner Dafeldecker (Austria)

Martin Brandlmayr (Austria)

Members of Autistic Daughters play solo sets.

 

Dean Roberts, New Zealand avant singer-songwriter and experimental musician, returns to the intimate surroundings of de la Catessen after an electrifying solo set in 2006.  Along with Roberts this time around are his Austrian band mates Werner Dafeldecker and Martin Brandlmayer. Together, they perform as Autistic Daughters; this Thursday January 11th, will provide a rare chance to see them each perform solo sets (and possibly a few collaborative suprises!) at de la Catessen. With all of the members of Autistic Daughters boasting extensive experience and discographies in the fields of electro-acoustic, improvised, avant-garde, electronic, post-rock and modern jazz musics, (see individual bios below) this shall be an evening not to be missed! Doors from 8PM, only $10.

Werner Dafeldecker studied double bass at the Konservatorium in Vienna, makes electronic music, composes music and founded the avant-garde label Durian Records in 1995. Dafedecker focuses on electronic music and cross-over projects. Since 1987 he has co- produced about 30 records for quite disparate groups. He has worked with Eugene Chadbourne, Christoph Kurzmann, Christian Fennesz, Wayne Horvitz, Tony Buck, Jim O’Rourke, Radu Malfatti, Kevin Drumm, and others. The name of his group Polwechsel (Change of Pole) suggests the extreme tension which the musicians create with their reticent soundscapes. Even in groups in which Dafeldecker plays for the label Grob, the music wavers between pop and improvisation, creating a bridge of sound from the early AMM to radical minimalists like Tony Conrad and becoming at times surprisingly gentle.
Listen> http://www.polwechsel.com/mp3/archives/09%20mirror.mp3
Martin Brandlmayr is an Austrian percussionistdrummercomposer and electronic artist.He is widely recognized for his work in a variety of so-called “post-rock” bands, namely Radian, Trapist, and Autistic Daughters, among others. He is considered to be one of the most innovative drummers active in the current avant-music scene today, and has crafted a signature style that somehow manages to sound loose and improvised while maintaining complex time signatures; critic Brian Olewnick has called Brandlmayr’s work “extraordinarily precise”. Among others, Brandlmayr has recorded or performed with John TilburyFenneszChad Taylor, Andrea Neumann, Sachiko M, and Otomo Yoshihide.
Listen> http://music.download.com/radian/3600-8357_32-100389416.html

Dean Roberts has marked himself as a guitarist of unique talents. He began his musical explorations with the post punk rock trio Thela, an avantgarde trio that released two albums on Thurston Moore’s Ecstatic Peace label, each one containing lengthy artsy/noisy jams. After the band broke up, Roberts started a solo project named White Winged Moth, situated halfway between John Fahey and Derek Bailey. His first solo album, Moth Park was spiritual and ambient, psychedelic and ethnic. His masterpiece is the sprawling suite Kompakt Arcade on All Cracked Medias .There are traces of Brian Eno and Robert Wyatt in his painstaking work on building sound for the sake of sound. And The Black Moths Play The Grand Cinema adds a three-unit combo and numerous instruments that help to release some of the claustrophobic tension of the previous masterpiece. The fusion of glitch pop, live instruments and droning minimalism is one of his peaks. Roberts has played a variety of solo gigs and played with some of the heavyweights of electrical/acoustic improvisation. Be Mine Tonight saw Roberts moving from electronic texturing into songwriting and arrangements, combining rock music and sound manipulation. Soon after it’s release, Autistic Daughters was born….

 

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December 18th, 2006

Jon Dale

Daniel Varicchio

Alex Carpenter

Kynan Lawlor

Sebastien Calabretto

Debbie Pryor

Marco Cher-Gibard

Cameron Wood

delacatessenchristmas

Concert

 

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September 21st, 2006

The Same Girl (Germany)

Marco Cher-Gibard

 

From across the seas, via Berlin & Amsterdam, improvised experimental music duo “The Same Girl” come to Gallery de la Catessan. UK born Nicolas Field (Drums, percussion) & Swiss-born Gilles Aubury began collaborating during the European summer of 1995, after the two met whilst romantically pursuing the same girl.
 
Tireless collaborators, the pair have a wealth of experience under their belt, culled from various sessions with some of the world’s finest improvisors, such as Axel Doerner, Antoine Chessex, Eric Cordier, & Seiji Murayama.
 
Utilising unconventional laptop generated tones alongside prepared percussion, The Same Girl create a sound which embraces the aesthetics of European free improvisation, where realtime electro-acoustic practices tangle with processed field recordings amidst layers of unfolding static & noise.
 
see: http://www.soundimplant.com/same_girl/sg_intro.html for more info!
 
*The night will be also feature a performance from local artist Marco Gibard-Cher, exploring feedback networks between sound and projected visuals.
same-girl-poster
http://www.soundimplant.com/same_girl/sg_intro.html

 

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August 31st, 2006

Self Reflective Mirrors

New work by Tyrell Blackburn

http://www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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August 27th, 2006

Will Guthrie (France/Australia) & Kynan Lawlor

Marco Cher-Gibard

Concert

www.antboymusic.com

 

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August 24th, 2006

Milkcrate Movies

Session 8 (solo) Session 11 (public)

 

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August 10th, 2006

Nigel Wright (N.Z.)

Alex Carpenter

Concert

 

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July 27th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #8

Derek Pascoe – 365 Days

Andrew Georg – New Work

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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July 20th/21st

Milkcrate – 24 hour public

performance

milkcrate_delacatessen                                                                  24-hour performance

 

 

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July 19th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #7

Tristan Louth-Robins – Translations 2

Brian Eno/Peter Schmidt – Oblique Strategies

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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July 10th, 2006

Dean Roberts (NZ)

Dan Varricchio

deanroberts_poster32http://www.kranky.net/artists/robertsd.html

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=175173861

 

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June 8th, 2006

New Works by Angus Barnacle

Wind Quintet

Caminos Suite – Aloysius Leeson, Guitar

 

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June 7th, 2006 – and every Wednesday

Adam Page Solo

adam-page-posthttp://www.adampagesolo.com

review: http://www.inthemix.com.au/events/reviews/32091/Adam_Page_Delacatessen_Gallery_Adelaide_090507

 

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May 25th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #6

Steve Reich – Clapping Music

Patrick McCartney – New Work

The Glitch Collective – Live Performance

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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May 18th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #5

Hidden Village – New Work

Tristan Louth-Robins – The Sky Is Falling

Alvin Lucier – Opera with Objects

tyndall-56

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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April 27th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #4

Robert Ashley – She Was a Visitor

Alexander Mitchell and Amanda Phillips – Morphic Resonance

a collaborative hybrid work by Amanda Phillips / Alexander Mitchell

Morphic Resonance is live art that explores space-time relations through real time generative art and video projection. In this interactive interface the dancers reveal patterns of movement and traces of presence as they react and respond to the created environment and the environment that they are creating. Collected memories and experiences overlap and form a shared memory through states of remembering/forgetting; patterns/randomness and self/other in a constant evolutionary process.

Morphic Resonance is an experiential journey.

M o r p h i c R e s o n a n c e

direction:

 

Amanda Phillips

choreography:

Amanda Phillips and Dancers

dancers:

Sarah Cartwright

Alison Currie

Ade Suharto

sound design/composition:

Alex Mitchell

video art design/performance:

Alex Mitchell, Damian West

costume design/construction:

Paula

Gallery de la Catessen

9 Anster Street, Adelaide

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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April 20th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #3

Hidden Village – New Work

John Cage – Imaginary Landscape no.4

Tristan Louth-Robins – Assonance no.1

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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March 29th, 2006

Mike Cooper (U.K.)

Concert

www.cooparia.org.uk

 

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March 23rd, 2006

Dan Varricchio

Concert

 

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March 16th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #2

Shivna Kaun

The Glitch Collective

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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March 14th, 2006

Alex Carpenter & Luke Altmann

Concert

 

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March 9th, 2006

Tyndall Assembly #1

Tristan Louth-Robins

Christian Hains

Seb Tomczak

tyndall-first-and-second

www.tyndallassembly.com

 

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January 12th, 2006

Shivna Kaun

shivna_poster                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

shivnakaun.com

 

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October 26th, 2005

Kynan Lawlor & Seb Calabretto

Concert

 

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September 21st, 2005

Cameron Wood & Jon Dale

Concert

 

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August 24th

Dan Sowerby

Concert

 

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August 10th, 2005

Autumnal Ephemeral

Poppi Doser

autumnal20ephemeral1

new music DVD 

 

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August 7th & 8th

Music of Transparent Means

appears as a part of SALA’s Moving Image Project

carpenter-aug-78

“Featureless landscapes rush past on left and right walls, like riding in a very fast train through the outback, while multiple keyboards, guitar and samples produce a dense, textured wall of sound. The music… is one extended chord with a rich spectrum of high harmonics. Turning one’s head from side to side, or cupping the ears in various ways, reveals more of the structure of the chord in all its jangling, pulsating glory. Beyond the micro-variations in the sound, the music is essentially static. Like the video projection that hurtles at breakneck speed while the landscape scarcely changes, the overall impression is of motion arrested. The Futurists’ worship of speed has been turned on its head; rather than rushing forward into a glorious technological future, this high speed ride takes you to exactly where you are.” – From a review by Stephen Whittington in Real Time

review: http://www.realtimearts.net/article/issue69/7856

transparentmeans.net

 

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July 31st, 2005

Aleksandr Tsiboulski

performs the Guitar Sonatas of Manuel Ponce

This is the only Adelaide performance of the programme he is taking to Mexico, USA, UK and Europe in September/November.

 

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July 27th, 2005

Will Guthrie (France/Australia)

Music of Transparent Means (Aust)

http://www.myspace.com/antboymusic

transparentmeans.net

 

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July 13th, 2005

Music of Transparent Means

Performance led by Alex Carpenter

carpenter-july-13

http://www.myspace.com/transparentmeans

transparentmeans.net

 

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June 22nd, 2005

Jon Dale & Dan Varricchio

Concert

 

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June 15th, 2005

Michael Yuen

invite_yuen11

 

 

http://www.michaelyuen.com.au

I want to project my art directly into your brain was first shown at the Delacatessen Gallery in 2005 and subsquently at Adelaide Festival and Artspace (Adelaide Festival Centre). 

http://www.michaelyuen.com.au

yuen-installation

Installation, photo by Gordon Andersen

 

 

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June 8th, 2005

Shivna Kaun

Tyrell Blackburn, Kym Gluyas, Vinny Bhagat

Live Computer Music Improvisation

shivnakaun.com

 

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May 1st, 2005

Studies in Dynamic Photography

4 Music Videos by Alex Carpenter/MUSIC OF TRANSPARENT MEANS Special screening and DVD launch

dynamic-photography

http://www.myspace.com/transparentmeans

transparentmeans.net

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