is a cellist from Melbourne, Australia. Her performance practice stretches across various genres encompassing elements of improvised, art, experimental, and popular music. Currently her work is focused on expressions of immersion and saturation: explored through durational, spatialised and electroacoustic approaches to sound, as well as an examination of psycho-physical materials. She has worked with artists and ensembles including Dennis Cooper, Maya Dunietz, Graham Lambkin, Toshimaru Nakamura, The Necks, Ilan Volkov, and La Monte Young.
John P Cromar
has been playing as Noma1
for years, releasing beautiful weird recordings on the local label Kovorox Sound. Past sets have included music made through guitar pick ups and digital devices powering up, but this evening Noma will be performing a new set on the piano.
Barrett's Dottled Beauty
, Dreamy lyrics that are steeped in a love of nature, melt with semi-improvised psychedelic folk drones and flutterings. Featuring members Gayle Brogan
of Electroscope / Pefkin
and Alan Davidson of the Kitchen Cynics
is a video and sound artist living in the UK. He is a self-described throwback to the 60s and enjoys breaking things to hear what they sound like. Utilizing found objects, field recordings, repurposed live electronics, and digital media to create environments that encourage active attention to each moment. He applies this same strategy within his compositional work which often include long sustained tones, densely layered textures, and indeterminate or improvised structures.