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Selfless selves, linked Is, and not-Is. -I is the third in a series of twelve annual 12-hour events taking place on December 12, 2022. Each year the event moves through each word of the 12-word phrase 'you and I are water earth fire air of life and death' and activates the word of the year in a myriad of ways. Christof Migone talks through the orig…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Rully and Wukir of Senyawa talk through the stories, languages and sounds explored through their collaboration; the power of music performance …
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Jasmin Wing-Lin Leung talks through her connection with the Erhu; her compositional practice of working with room resonance; and what to expect …
 
In "Musical Vitalities", Holly Watkins describes the life of music - tenuous, metaphorical, contingent and mortal - as the cross-modal interpretation of sounds. Sounds are ambiguous, they alert us to dangers and lures, both animate and inanimate. “Music retains that ambiguity; music is the art of possibly animate things”.Artist and writer Tessa Lai…
 
The object of the ellipse within science fiction offers numerous ways to reimagine temporarily outside of the confines of linear progress. Ellipses: Part One: Time Knots encourages us to imagine a more blended temporarily and perhaps to even actualise new times.Daniel Jenatsch talks through the expansion of his universe ‘The Close World’; the affec…
 
Presented in homage to Lis Rhodes pioneering optical sound and film installation, Light Music (1975), Liquid Architecture presented a series of live experimental sound and cinema performances at ACMI on Saturday October 15th.Sally Golding talks through her work Intra Protocol; the techniques of expanding cinema in space and media; and the community…
 
TERRA: Memory & Soil is a collaboration between Victoria Pham and Joel Spring that transforms West Space gallery into an immersive garden by combining sound, biological-sculpture, architecture and projection. The project interrogates how we remember our past landscapes, bringing vastly different insights into notions of the built environment, histo…
 
A Creek Story is a newly commissioned moving image and concrete poetry work by artist Joy Zhou. Collaging text, images, and audio in a series of moving image works and gifs, Zhou builds on their interest in visually and sonically mapping the plurality of encounters one may have with such waterways and creeks on Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung land.Inspired …
 
How can sound and listening be mobilised for understanding questions of power, capture, and extraction under networked capitalism and data colonialism?Capture All is a multiyear collaboration between Liquid Architecture and Sarai, featuring artists, scholars, and writers based in India and Australia contributing to a series of critical intensives a…
 
Close collaborator, writer and experimental musician James Hazel unfurls the complex weavings of Holowell's nuanced approach to vocal composition and improvisation in Dancing on The Margins: The Manifold, Minor Voci of Sonya Holowell published on Disclaimer.https://disclaimer.org.au/contents/dancing-on-the-margins-the-manifold-minor-voci-of-sonya-h…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Eva Birch talks through her shift into sound poetry; the parallel influences of Dada and psychoanalysis on her practice; and reflects on her rec…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Adam Gołębiewski describes how he has extended the drum kit to include mysterious and unusual objects; outlines the pleasures and difficulties o…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?YL Hooi talks through the convergence of genres that influence her sound, her collaborative relationship with Tarquin Manek and how her songs ha…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Alexandra Spence expands on her relationship to objects and how she translates their textures and histories into sound; the development of her p…
 
Jarrod and Nisa of Fabulous Diamonds talk through how their sound has changed over their two decade collaboration with instrumentation and genre; the influence on line music and techno-feudalism; and their delayed production flow that keeps them moving into new musical territories.Fabulous Diamonds are the long-running duo of Nisa Venerosa and Jarr…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Bhairavi Raman reflects on her early love for the violin, the questions that push her musical practice to new parameters, and expands on her inq…
 
An earhole is an open meatus into the body, through which sonic subjectivities are digested and recomposed. Sound and vibration leak in and out from all orifices, connecting and entangling in the folds of bodies, disturbing those boundaries.Today on the podcast Archie Barry and V Barratt join Frances Barrett and Debris Facility for a conversation t…
 
The dissonance of democracy; sum of an irreducibly complex combination of notes. We attune, celebrate, make difference audible, amplify disobedience, choreograph dissonance, enact alternative rituals and harmonies, open new horizons of possibility. Today on the podcast we revisit Mono-Poly-June with a Japanese ghost story told by Amy May Stuart, a …
 
Del Lumanta is an artist, musician, DJ, educator and organiser living and working on Eora Country. Their expansive practice moves between genres and mediums, explored under pseudonyms and collaborative projects. Fellow DIY and experimental musician Emma Ramsay takes a deep dive into the internal and lateral workings of Del Lumanta's sonic practice …
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Today on the podcast Raja Kirik talks through the origins of their collaboration, the practice of bringing traditional Jaranan trance dance into…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Today on the podcast Rama Parwata and Female Wizard talk through the multi-genre influences to their sounds, creative processes and what to expe…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Mirasia and Kuya Neil talk through the cross over of influences that led them to collaborating, the practice of sampling and how that impacts ge…
 
Over 2021 and 2022, 20 sound artists were were given the time and space to produce a new electronic track at Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio. These two-week Recovery Residencies were developed to assist artists in getting back into their creative practice after the impacts of 2020. Emily Bennett, Lu Lin, Patrick Hartono, Mel Deerson, Bonnie Cummi…
 
How can we wrap our heads around the inevitability of planetary and civilisational collapse? What can the history of experimental electronic music and the fate of an extinct alien species teach us about living with chaos and destruction? Bringing together performative musicology and electronic music synthesis, Ryan addresses a pressing feeling that…
 
Jenny Hickinbotham is an artist working across writing, video, sculpture, and songs. Sticks and Stones will break my bones, But Words Can Totally Destroy My Mind! took place at Blindside Gallery for Liquid Architecture’s Sound Series exhibition in April 2022. The exhibition featured a series of experimental song-poems, performed unaccompanied by th…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Rare performances from CS + Kreme, Maria Moles and efp will reignite our Ritual Community Music series for 2022. Circling bodies, hallucinatory …
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Rare performances from CS + Kreme, Maria Moles and efp will reignite our Ritual Community Music series for 2022. Circling bodies, hallucinatory …
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Rare performances from CS + Kreme, Maria Moles and efp will reignite our Ritual Community Music series for 2022. Circling bodies, hallucinatory…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Across two nights, Liquid Architecture and Melbourne Music Week present a program of electronic music genealogies, featuring artists whose work…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Across two nights, Liquid Architecture and Melbourne Music Week present a program of electronic music genealogies, featuring artists whose work…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Across two nights, Liquid Architecture and Melbourne Music Week present a program of electronic music genealogies, featuring artists whose work…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Across two nights, Liquid Architecture and Melbourne Music Week present a program of electronic music genealogies, featuring artists whose work…
 
Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Across two nights, Liquid Architecture and Melbourne Music Week present a program of electronic music genealogies, featuring artists whose work…
 
Recently on Disclaimer, Philip Brophy deconstructed Francis Plagne’s discography, performances, writings, and approaches to music making. Francis Plagne is a musician from Melbourne whose work swings between songwriting and a variety of approaches, including group improvisation, instrumental abstraction, and domestic musique concrète.Reflecting on …
 
Beirut-based artist Haig Aivazian works in a range of media, including performance, video, sculpture, and installation to unpack the of power and the hidden ideological flows within histories such as music, sports, street lighting, and predictive policing. Based on extensive research, his practice is at once exactingly precise and at the same time …
 
As part of the exhibition Site & Sound: Sonic art as ecological practice at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, Liquid Architecture was invited to stage a project critically responding to themes of sonic art, acoustic ecology, field recording, deep listening, and spatial sound, all understood in the context of profound environmental crisis and i…
 
As part of the exhibition Site & Sound: Sonic art as ecological practice at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, Liquid Architecture was invited to stage a project critically responding to themes of sonic art, acoustic ecology, field recording, deep listening, and spatial sound, all understood in the context of profound environmental crisis and i…
 
As part of the exhibition Site & Sound: Sonic art as ecological practice at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, Liquid Architecture was invited to stage a project critically responding to themes of sonic art, acoustic ecology, field recording, deep listening, and spatial sound, all understood in the context of profound environmental crisis and i…
 
Over the last two decades, Clare Cooper has brought together thousands of people to collaborate on community initiatives, creative approaches to governance, collaborative composition, speculative design, and critical listening.Here, in line with Jim Denley’s profile on Clare, published on Disclaimer, Clare talks through memories of sound and listen…
 
Transience, improvisation and collaboration form the basis of Dylan Martorell’s music-based art practice. Housed within the conceptual framework of a musical diaspora, his work is drawn to ways in which music travels through space and is affected by changes in geography, climate, culture and materials to become an agent for cross-cultural reciproca…
 
Mono-Poly is Liquid Architecture’s monthly offering of sonic, filmic and performance experiments hosted at Collingwood Yards. In May 2021, for the third Mono-Poly event, composer Nick Ashwood stretched the possibilities of the steel-string acoustic guitar through intonation, preparations, bowing and harmonic space. This performance was recorded on …
 
Mono-Poly is Liquid Architecture’s monthly offering of sonic, filmic and performance experiments hosted at Collingwood Yards. In April 2021, Mono-Poly launched Unsound's INTERMISSION publication with readings and screenings, music and hosting. Xenosine, Melbourne based artist Vijay Thillaimuthu, performed an exposition of electronic sound synthesis…
 
Thinking and listening to place emerges as a thematic of Where and how to gather - a collection of texts published on Disclaimer and edited by Josten Myburgh. These works consider technology and humanity as being in the world, rather than as tacet mediators or observers of it, with the writing investigating the processes by which meditation is obsc…
 
Mono-Poly is Liquid Architecture’s monthly offering of sonic, filmic and performance experiments hosted at Collingwood Yards. In March 2021, for the first Mono-Poly event, R. Rebeiro explored probability as an artistic methodology to enact rhythmic expression using prepared percussion and objects. Combining both the use and misuse of instruments, R…
 
Mono-Poly is Liquid Architecture’s monthly offering of sonic, filmic and performance experiments hosted at Collingwood Yards. In March 2021, for the first Mono-Poly event, Mara Schwerdtfeger performed an improvisation that utilised viola and artificial reverb to expand the architecture of the performance space. Placing the speakers behind the audie…
 
In September and October 2016 the Chilean artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña visited Australia for a series of performances, readings, interviews and collaborations. Cecilia had been invited, on behalf of Liquid Architecture, by fellow Chilean artist and curator Camila Marambio. Listening With Fingers, published on Disclaimer, brings together a materia…
 
Revisiting the first Ritual Community Music event of 2020, Melbourne dark wave monarch V opens a night of subversive beauty with Battle-ax and Eartheater.A reverb-drenched explosion of darkwave, the V project was born ten years ago in Berlin. V performances are theatrical in nature, having been described as terrifying to witness.This performance wa…
 
Revisiting the first Ritual Community Music event of 2020, Vienna-based, post-classical noise artist Battle-ax performed between Eartheater and V for a night of subversive beauty.With her viola, Battle-ax fills the room with relentless chains of reverb and distortion, generating a strong and emotional soundscape. Her sound attributes itself to the …
 
Revisiting the first Ritual Community Music event of 2020, we hear a viscerally emotive live performance from Eartheater that closed a night of subversive beauty with Battle-Ax and V. Eartheater distills foley-filled digital production, a three-octave vocal range, and classical composition into works suspended between obsessively detailed sonic tap…
 
Iterations is a substantive piece of writing on John Nixon's contribution to experimental music recently published on Disclaimer. Through interviews with John and friends, writer Tiarney Miekus traces his prolific collaborations and the evolution of Anti-Music and The Donkey's Tail. The Donkey’s Tail is an experimental, abstract, free noise, improv…
 
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