The Auricle Sonic Arts Gallery
Showing: 4th-25th August, 2016
Opening: Thursday 4th August, 6-8pm
Live audio recording cycling into electroacoustic decay
“Only those who already understand can hearken [zuhören]”
Martin Heidegger, Being and Time
On entering this world there is contact as sound objects impact one’s sense organs of hearing, the ear but also the body. On contact there arises the familiar sensation of hearing the sounds in this world. With the constant arising of sensation there arises feeling, belonging and understanding. With the arising of understanding, one has already entered into this world of the familiar sounds themselves, the world of our everyday being, and so the cycle of becoming continues without beginning. And yet having always already entered this world, there was already contact of sound objects with the sense organs of hearing, and with this fading contact there is the constant fading away of the sensation of hearing. With the fading away of sensation there is also the constant fading away of feeling, belonging and understanding. With the constant dissolution of understanding, one has already entered into this everyday world of the familiar sounds themselves, and so the cycle of becoming is constantly dissolving into the same.
Dr Malcolm Riddoch’s sonic arts practice melds experimental electroacoustic techniques and phenomenological method in an investigation of acousmatic listening and the electronic transformation of soundscapes; notions of indeterminacy in composition for installation and performance; the use of whole acoustic spaces in sound art installation and music performance; and electroacoustic feedback as an embodied, intentional, temporalizing process. His medium is non-tonal, timbrally focused and technologically organised sound, where thematic dissolution is his sonic theme.
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, Nicolas Woollaston
, Michael Smith
, Yvette Coyne
, Amber Hasler
, Margot King
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, Claire Furchick Pannell
, Maya Catts
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Jason Lescalleet w. Zeug Gezeugt
Thursday 21 July, 7pm
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu
Worcester Boulevard, Christchurch, NZ
Altmusic and the Audio Foundation announce
DEEP DAYS, LISTENING NIGHTS
A series of concerts, workshops and films relating to LISTENING
On Thursday 21 July, please join us at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu to help kick things into motion. JASON LESCALLEET will perform w. local support provided by ZEUG GEZEUGT!
Jason Lescalleet is a celebrated experimental electronic music artist whose influence on the contemporary avant-garde is hard to overstate. From lo-fi reel-to-reel soundscaping, work for hand-held cassette machines, to digital sampling and computer generated composition, Jason Lescalleet has exploded the notion of what is possible within the realm of tape-based music.
Zeug Gezeugt is the nom de plume of electro-acoustic voyager and phenomenological scrutiniser, Malcolm Riddoch.
www.christchurchartgallery.org.nz/events/gigs-at-the-gallery-jason-lescalleet for more info.
http://www.audiofoundation.org.nz/programmes/live-events/altmusic-presents-deep-days-listening-nights-christchurch for other events happening in Christchurch.
Thursday 21 July @ Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, doors open 7pm
$20 on the door // presales $15 from UTR – http://www.undertheradar.co.nz/utr/ticket
These events are presented by Audio Foundation, on behalf of Altmusic, with support from Creative New Zealand, and in association with Liminal Music, Deep Listening?, and Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu.
The Auricle Sonic Arts Gallery
Friday 29th & Saturday 30th April from 8pm
Phil Dadson screening 3pm Saturday
Garage Sale from noon Sunday May 1 2016
As the Auricle Sonic Arts Gallery is closing its doors on May 1 come on down to celebrate the last 31 months of Sonic Arts Performance in Canterbury with a weekend festival featuring our friends from around ?tautahi and the country!
- Two nights of experimental music and DJs featuring a cavalcade of performers over the Friday and Saturday eves
- Saturday Matinee surround sound screening of Phil Dadson: Sonics from Scratch
- Sunday last day of trading and Garage Sale!