A two-evening evolving happening in celebration of Art Monthly Australia s (AMA) November issue focussing on sound art and noise.Responding to Futurist visionary Luigi Russolo s radical noise-machines, the intonarumori, on the 100th anniversary of the Futurist Manifesto, a selection of contemporary Australian sound artists transform the SLQ terrace into a Mental Orchestra of machines-for-making-noise.
With instruments, interventions and noise-sculpture by artists from throughout Australia;Dylan Martorell (Melb), Dale Chapman (Melb), Christopher L G Hill & Alex Vivian (GUGG) (Melbourne), Alex Cuffe (Bris), Dale Gorfinkel (Melb), Anthony Magen (Melb), Michael Prior (Melb), Ross Manning (Bris), Botborg (Bris), Michael Donnelly (Kyogle), Chloe Cogle (Bris), N4rgh1l3 (Bris), Andrew McLellan and Timothy Tate (Bris)
Complimentary food and drinks at evening eventsQuality beer by Little Creatures and James SquireFine wine by Nectar
After much anticipation, the South Project in partnership with the Indonesian Contemporary Art Network (iCAN) is proud to present the Yogyakarta Gathering – Perjumpaan Selatan Selatan 2009.
Perjumpaan selatan-selatan is the fifth International south-south Gathering organised by the South Project.
The project extends existing cultural relations by activating: short-term residencies for artists from across the South; the mutual development of collaborative cultural projects; and focuses on attracting the participation of a wide audience of public, exhibition viewers, workshop participants, students and general public. In addition, it offers potential for international promotion of the outcomes and the ignition of future cultural exchange.
Agents of Proximity (Amy Spiers & Victoria Stead), Abdi Setiawan, Abdul Syukur, Ash Keating, Agency for Collective Agency (panther & pvi collective), Dylan Martorell, Lashita Situmorang, Lucreccia Quintanilla & Jason Heller, Wimo Ambala Bayang, and Yennyferth Becerra. For full arts projects listing, visit: http://www.southproject.net/south/Yogyakarta2009SelectedProjects.htmlDylan Martorell -view installation work in progress and live improvised performances at Room Mate Gallery 3-6pm / 23-25th October. (Jl.Suryodiningratan).
Final night kraton tea ceremony/performance, 4-6pm 26th October at Room Mate Gallery
Dylan Martorell and Ash Keating artists talk at MES 56,(Jl.Nagan Lor17),after Kraton Tea performance (rubber time).
thanks to Georgia, Magdelana, Boy(vicious), Ant, Sigit, Snaggletooth, Tim, Iteq ,the Room Mate roommates and Jogjakarta.
TS2 by Slow Art Collective (Tony Adams, Chaco Kato, Ash Keating and Dylan Martorell) The project TS2 (Transfer Station 2) is a collaborative installation art project by Slow Art Collective (SAC) in partnership with Moonee Valley City Council Waste Transfer Station and the adjacent Incinerator Arts Complex. TS2 19 August - 13 September 2009Opening: 2 - 4pm Saturday 5 September,2009 http://SAC-TS2.blogspot.com Incinerator Arts Complex180 Holmes Road, Moonee Ponds, Victoria, Australia Mel Ref: 28 D7 (8325-1750) Open hours: Wed - Sun 11am - 4pm or by appointment (Chaco Kato 0488-405-946)
Craft Victoria is currently showing a collaboration between myself and designers Sunday Morning. Gallery 3 features the prototype of a multipurpose shelter currently housing a three tiered mycological nursery. Opens Friday 31st July with a special hour of furniture music by Snawklor 7ish (inc. greg wadley on syndrums). Until Saturday 22nd August.
Dylan Martorell new works / musique povera / sonic arcologies Lamington Drive 89 George St, Fitzroy, Australia. Exhibition runs from May 29 - Jun 20. Please join us for the opening reception this thursday, May 28 from 6-9pm. Mulled wine will be in effect yet again. performances by snawklor, gugg, julian williams and more throught June.see www.hiddenarchive.com for more updates.
Journey to the Surface of the Earth Exhibition “ Our task as explores is to negotiate and illuminate what is around us, to seek out what lies unnoticed or hidden form view, and to discover new vistas, terrains and ways of experiencing them.” Domain House, Birdwood Drive, Royal Botanic Gardens , Melbourne Opening Thursday 21 May 6.00 - 8.00pmExhibition runs 22 May - 16 JuneOpening hours 11.00am – 4.30pmTues - SunClosed Mondays Participants include: Students from The University of Melbourne’s Faculty of the VCA and Music ( Southbank), and the Faculty of Arts, and The Slow Art Collective Chaco Cato Ash Keating Tony Adams Dylan Martorell Daniel Gustav Cramer Elliot Howard
FOR THE LOVE OF THE OBJEKT INSTRUMENT: Friday 20 March7-8pm Dylan Martorell and Chicks on Speed! More details coming soon!Cost $10 Craft Victoria Members; $20 Non-Members Craft Victoria 31 Flinders Lane Melbourne 3000