Three Questions for……… a series of short interviews with participating artists in this year’s Liquid Architecture Festival.
The interviewers are different Australian sound artists chosen for their relevant practice.
This edition of ‘Three Questions for…’ is with Phil Dadson.
Phil Dadson’s practice includes video and sound works, installations, solo performances, building experimental instruments and sonic objects, digital media, drawings, music compositions and improvisations on invented instruments..Dadson is the founder of the legendary Auckland group From Scratch, active between 1974 and 2004, widely known for its dynamic performances on original instruments. Awards include a 1991 Fulbright New Zealand Cultural Development Award, New Zealand Arts Foundation Artist Laureate Award in 2001, Antarctic Artist Fellowship in 2003, Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) in 2005, an Artist Cinema Commission in 2010 and a PEW Kermadec Commission in 2011.
image: Phil Dadson
Questions were compiled by Australian sound and visual artist Lloyd Barrett.
image: courtesy of Lloyd Barrett