Presented by ISEA2013 and the University of Technology Sydney and curated by Dr. Nigel Helyer
Within the sonic world there is no separation; sound enters our bodies as vibration, immersive and continuous. Sound is the one fundamental phenomenon that we are immersed in – every living, moving thing is producing sound continually – it flows between distinct elements and binds them together. We experience it both actively, by listening, and also subliminally – and from it we draw conclusions about our world. EchoSonics investigates the close relationship between sound and natural, biological and environmental phenomena through the work of four artists practising within the field of sound art, and combining cultural and environmental issues in their audio-installations. Many of the works suggest the subtle ways in which sounds address us.
Exhibiting at UTS Gallery, 4 June – 12 July
Twittering Machine (2013) and Flowforms (2004-2013) by Jon Drummond (Australia)
Albedo Prospect (2012) by Ed Osborn (USA)
Featuring performance at the opening launch
MetaHorn Silo Spin (2013) by Mark Brown (Australia) in the UTS Gallery – rear courtyard
11 June, 7.30pm
DAB LAB, 4 – 12 June features
Thermal Acoustics (2013) by Minoru Sato (Japan)
More information can be found on the ISEA website.