Archie Barry, V Barrat and Frances Barret: Orifice Oriented Ontologies

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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 that dissects their performances for Orifice Oriented Ontologies, a performance program for 'Meatus’ at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Orifice Oriented Ontologies focuses on fleshy void spaces, rather than materialist objects, moving with queer dis/embodiements; worm as method, digestion and intimacy; and a haptic force of the guttural. The performances respond to the conceptual and spatial prompts in France Barrett’s exhibition Meatus An Orifice Oriented Ontologies digital collection – Worm (w)hole: Orifice Oriented Ontologies – is published in Liquid Architecture’s online journal Disclaimer with works from the performing artists Sage Pbbt, Allison Gibbs, Archie Barry and V Barrett alongside Ander Rennick, Ivan Cheng, Jared Davis and Frances Barrett: https://disclaimer.org.au/contents/orifice-oriented-ontologies https://liquidarchitecture.org.au/events/orifice-oriented-ontologies Orifice Oriented Ontologies 21 May 2022 Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Naarm Presented by Liquid Architecture, ACCA and City of Melbourne Image: Keelan O'Hehir Produced by Mara Schwerdtfeger. https://www.patreon.com/liquidarchitecture For the past 20 years, Liquid Architecture has been Australia’s leading organisation for artists working with sound and listening. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.

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