Liquid Architecture

Investigations: Eavesdropping Polythinking Ritual Community Music Why Listen?
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WHY LISTEN TO PLANTS?
Plants know worlds, they contain worlds and they make worlds

Liquid Architecture x RMIT Design Hub
Thu, 22. Nov–Sat, 08. Dec 2018
Exhibition, performances, talks, workshops, readings

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Liquid Architecture is an Australian organisation for artists working with sound. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.

Our program stages encounters and creates spaces for sonic experience, and critical reflection on sonority and systems of sonic affect. To do this, we host experiences at the intersection of contemporary art and experimental music, supporting artists to produce performances and concerts, exhibitions, talks, reading groups, workshops and recordings in art spaces, music venues and other sites.

Liquid Architecture is curatorially driven and our methodology embraces research, collaborations and imaginations. We want to echo beyond local conversations, problems, debates and questions, to reverberate across media and disciplines, and so to sound out new discourses about the audible world, and beyond.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the first sovereign owners of this unceded country. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and becoming.

staff

Joel Stern
CEO / Artistic Director Joel Stern is a curator, researcher, and sound artist, concerned with theories and practices of sound and listening. He is the Artistic Co-Director of Liquid Architecture, a leading Australian organisation that stages encounters and creates spaces for sonic experience and critical reflection on systems of sonic affect, at the intersection of contemporary art and experimental music. Stern is part of OtherFilm, an artist collective driven by a central curiosity about the limits of the moving image. He has initiated the experimental residency Instrument Builders Project in 2013. Stern is a PhD candidate in Curatorial Practice at Monash Art, Design and Architecture, where he teaches Sound (in the Space of Art).
Danni Zuvela
CEO / Artistic Director With Joel Stern, Danni is Artistic Director/CEO of Liquid Architecture. Since 2004, Danni has co-directed the artists’ collective OtherFilm (co-founded with Joel Stern [Melbourne] and Sally Golding [London]). In 2013 she joined forces with the Gold Coast-based artist-run gallery The Walls, where worked as the Secretary, Curator and Deputy until 2018. At The Walls, she led programming and strategic initiatives, and she continues to generate socially-engaged experimental projects on the Gold Coast. Danni has an academic background, with a research PhD on experimental film and art history, teaching extensively into her field, and publishing critical writing across a range of publications. Danni’s research informs her curatorial work with interests in feminism, activism, ecology, language and performance.
Georgia Hutchison
General Manager Georgia works across creative disciplines with communities, businesses, cultural institutions and policy-makers. Her education and experience spans arts management; industrial design with a social, sustainable and systemic approach; curatorial and cultural leadership. For the last fifteen years she has worked between universities, studio and non-profit environments—most recently researching artist run economies with All Conference; and communicating the built environment with U-P. As an artist Georgia performs and photographs encounters with material scenarios and social currencies.
Debris Facility
Administrator Debris is a speculative corporate entity working from one human body. The Facility entered into partnership with Liquid Architecture to oversee Administration in 2018 onwards. Participation in events organising alongside practice lead research and exhibition productions pushes Administration into an performative medium. Maintaining an active exhibition profile alongside residencies, teaching, collaborations and contracts, the Facility works to amplify it’s reach through the oscillation of signal to noise ratio’s of im/material contexts of exhibition production, media, performance,wearables, installation and interventions.

board

Jennifer Barry
CHAIR JENNIFER BARRY has over 25 years’ experience leading arts organisations, managing creative projects, consulting, producing the work of artists nationally and internationally, and curating public programs. Previous positions include: Manager of Public Programs at Federation Square, Executive Director of Shunpike (Seattle), Director/CEO of Footscray Community Arts Centre, Founder/Director of Keep Breathing, and Executive Producer/Co-CEO of Chunky Move, among others. As a consultant, Jennifer’s clients have included the Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Victoria, the City of Melbourne, the Australian Art Orchestra, and the Australian Network for Art and Technology, among others. She has served on numerous boards and industry panels and is currently Project Director for the Royal Children’s Hospital 150th Anniversary.
David Chesworth
MEMBER DAVID CHESWORTH is an artist and composer, known for his experimental, and at times minimalist music, who has worked with electronics, contemporary ensembles, film, theatre and experimental opera. Together with Sonia Leber, Chesworth has created installation artworks using sound, video, architecture and public participation. Exhibitions include ‘56th Venice Biennale (2015), ‘19th Biennale of Sydney (2014), ‘Melbourne Now’, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2013-14). Festivals featuring Chesworth’s music and sound works include Ars Electronica, Festival D’Automne de Paris, Bang on a Can Marathon, New York, Sydney Biennale, Adelaide and Melbourne Festivals and MONA FOMA. Early in his career he was co-founder of post-punk band Essendon Airport and for five years was coordinator of the Clifton Hill Community Music Centre in Melbourne. David Chesworth joined the Liquid Architecture Board in 2015. David teaches Sound (in the space of Art) at Monash Art, Design and Architecture, where he recently completed his doctorate researching sonic framing and temporality with artwork experiences.
Dr Michael Graeve
VICE CHAIR DR. MICHAEL GRAEVE is a sound and visual artist and educator. Michael joined the Liquid Architecture board 10 years ago at the time of incorporation in 2007 and was President and Chair from 2011-2017. Michael has been committed to artist-run culture, developing small arts organisation expertise first as a founding committee member of Grey Area Art Space Inc (1996 -1999) and then as board member and program manager at West Space Inc (2000 – 2004). He exhibits, performs, curates and teaches internationally and teaches in the Sound, Sculpture and Spatial Practice Department, Expanded Studio Practice, Honours and the MFA Program at RMIT University, and has previously taught at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Monash University, The Victorian College of the Arts and Victoria University.
Andy Miller
MEMBER ANDY MILLER currently works as the General Manager of Multicultural Arts Victoria. Initially trained as a painter at the Canberra School of Art, Andy Miller worked in theatre for a number of years before working to establish arts programs in the community sector. Following a few years as an arts and cultural officer at two local governments, Andy began a career in the state public service in various senior roles at Arts Victoria and Creative Victoria and was seconded for a period with Creative Partnerships Australia, as Senior Programs Manager. As well as a Bachelor in Fine Arts, he has a Masters in Public Policy and a Graduate Diploma in Arts Management from the University of Melbourne.
Phip Murray
MEMBER PHIP MURRAY is an independent writer and curator, and a part-time academic in the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT where she lectures in the history/theory of art, design and architecture. Phip was Director of West Space from 2008–2012 and, prior to that, an Associate Producer for the Next Wave Festival. Phip has a particular interest in interdisciplinary art practice, and has curated projects such as Time Has Come Today, a program exploring sound, moving image and performance projects (West Space, 2012) and Tyger, Tyger, a new commissions series including projects by Philip Brophy, Constanze Zikos, David Chesworth, and Juan Davila (West Space, 2011-2012).
Mark Nolen
TREASURER MARK NOLEN is a Certified Practising Accountant with extensive experience in the creative industries sector. He is currently Management Accountant at the Australian Centre of the Moving Image, having previously worked in a similar role at Film Victoria. Along the way he has helped countless singers, actors and even clowns get their taxes in order – no laughing matter! When not crunching numbers, you can find Mark sitting back with a fine drop of Scottish Whisky soaking up some even finer tunes.
Kristen Smith
MEMBER KRISTEN SMITH is a legal practitioner with over a decade of experience focused on large scale commercial litigation and class actions. She currently works as an Investment Manager for international litigation financier, IMF Bentham, having previously worked for Slater and Gordon in their Commercial and Project Litigation team. She has also worked at Dundas & Wilson (now CMS) in Scotland and as an Associate to the Supreme Court of Victoria’s Associate Justice Efthim. In 2004, she was awarded the Victoria Law Foundation Chief Justice’s Medal for Excellence and Community Service. She has previously served on the boards of the Australian Communities Foundation and the EastWeb foundation and is currently a member of the M.E.S.S advisory board.

technical

Charlie Freedman
VIDEOGRAPHER
Keelan O’Hehir
PHOTOGRAPHER
Benjamin Portas
MOTION DESIGNER
Jacqui Shelton
PHOTOGRAPHER
Lauren Squire
SOUND ENGINEER
Josh Watson
VIDEOGRAPHER
Public Office
GRAPHIC DESIGN and DEVELOPMENT

comrade

Elena Betros
Clare Cooper
Asher Elazary
Nathan Gray
Jason Heller
Anabelle Lacroix
Paris Lettau
Sarah Mccauley
Dr James Parker
Mino Peric
Anatol Pitt
Jessica Row
Emily Siddons
Sezzo Snot
Beth Sometimes
Mathew Spisbah
Cara Stewart
Darcy Wedd
Makeda Zucco
Ece Yavuz

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Events
Eavesdropping
Tue, 24. Jul–Sun, 28. Oct 2018
The Ian Potter Museum of Art
Artists

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Crys Cole
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12 dog cycle
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Damien Nicholson
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Daniel Slåt­tnes
Danni Zuvela
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Dennis Del Favero
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Eddie Hopely
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Ela Stiles
Ellen Fullman
Ellena Savage
Elysia Crampton
Emile Zile
Emma Ramsay
Ensemble Economique
Eric Avery
Eric Demetriou
Eric Demetriou and Herbert Jercher
Eric Laska
Erik Bünger
Eugene Brockmuller
Eva-Maria Raab
Evelyn Araluen Corr
Evelyn Ida Morris
Evelyne Jouanno
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Faene (Corin x Ju Ca)
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Fernando do Campo
Fia Fiell
Floris Vanhoof
Frances Barrett
Frances Dyson
Francis Plagne
Francisco López
Fujui Wang
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Gabi Briggs
Gail Priest
Geoff Robinson
Geoffrey Gartner
Georgina Criddle
Gerard Crewdson
Germ Studies
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Hanna Chetwin
Hannah Brontë
Hannah Catherine Jones AKA Foxy Moron
Hannah Hallam-Eames
Hannah Lockwood
Harriet Kate Morgan
Helen Grogan
Helm
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Hsu Chieh
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Ing Li
Is There A Hotline?
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Ivan Lisyak
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Jack Prendergast
Jackson Eaton
Jacob Kirkegaard
Jacqui Shelton
Jake Goldenfein
Jake Moore
James Grant
James Rushford
James Utting-Webb and Riley Lockett
Jannah Quill
Jared Davis
Jasmine Guffond
Jason Haggerty
Jason Kahn
Jaye Carcary
Jeff Henderson
Jen Bervin
Jenna Sutela
Jennifer Stoever
Jennifer Walshe
Jenny Ruth Barnes
Jeph Lo
Jess Gall
Jess Sneddon
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Joanna Anderson & Michael Prior
Joe Banks
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Joe Talia
Joel Maripil
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Joel Stern
Johannes Kreidler
Johannes S. Sistermanns
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John Jenkin
John-Joe Wilson
Jon Rose
Jonathan Kemp
Jordan Lacey
Julia Chien
Julia Drouhin and Pip Stafford
Justin Clemens

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Kai-Cheng Dai
Kalinda Vary
Kalle Hamm & Dzamil Kamanger
Kalle Hamm and Lauri Ainala
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Kane Ikin
Kangaroo Skull
Karli White
Karolin Tampere
Kate Brown
Kate Geck
Katie West
Kaya Hanasaki
Keith Fullerton Whitman
Kelp D/J
Kent Macpherson
Kiah Reading
Kim Satchell
Klein
Kraus
Kusum Normoyle
Kym Maxwell
Kynan Tan

Lacking Sound Festival
Lady Erica
Lara Thoms
Larrie
Las Chinas
Laurie Ander­son
Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Leah Barclay
Leena Riethmuller
Lei Lei Kung
Leighton Craig
Leila El Rayes
Leila El Rayes x Poison
Libby Harward
Lilian Steiner
Lilly Kane
Lin Chi-Wei
Linda Dement
Lionel Marchetti
Lisa Lerkenfeldt
Lizzie Pogson
LoVid
Lonely God
Lorna & Aunty Jenny Munro
Louis Kennedy
Luciano Chessa
Lucid Castration
Lucien Alperstein
Lucreccia Quintanilla
Lucy Cliche
Lukas Simonis
Luke McConnell
Lz Dunn
Snack Syndicate (Andrew Brooks and Astrid Lorange)

Joseph Jordania and Nino Tsitsishvili with Melbourne Georgian Choir
M J Grant
MTLDA
Madboots
Madeleine Mills
Madelynne Cornish
Magic Steven
Makeda
Makiko Yamamoto
Manus Recording Project Collective; Michael Green, André Dao, Jon Tjhia, Abdul Aziz Muhamat, Farhad Bandesh, Behrouz Boochani, Samad Abdul, Shamindan Kanapathi and Kazem Kazemi
Marc Behrens
Marco Cher-Gibard
Marco Fusinato
Marcus Rechsteiner
Maria Chavez
Maria Moles
Marian Tubbs
Marie Craven
Marjolijn Dijkman and Toril Johannessen
Mark Andrejevic
Mark Brown
Mark Harwood
Mark Pollard
Marly Luske
Martin Howse
Martina Copley
Mar­grethe Pet­tersen
Masamitsu Araki
Masato Takasaka
Match Fixer
Matka
Matthew P. Hopkins
Matthew P. Hopkins & Julie Burleigh
Matthew Sleeth
Matthias Schack-Arnott
Mattin
Maysa Abouzeid
Media Lab Melbourne
Megan Alice Clune
Mehera San Roque
Melissa Deerson
Menstruation Sisters
Michael Candy
Michael Marder
Michael Pulsford
Michel Chion
Michelle Xen
Michiko Ogawa
Milkwood
Miranda Liebscher
Misbach Daeng Bilok
Monica Gagliano
Monica Monin & Astrid Lorange
Monica Winther
Moopie
Moor Mother
Music Yared
Mutual Making
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Nat Grant
Natasha Tontey
Nathan Gray
Nathan John Thompson
Neil McLachlan
Neil Morris
New Waver
Nicholas Kuceli
Nicky Crane
Nicola Morton
Nikola Mounoud
Nina Buchanan
No Sister
Noel Meek and Olivia Webb
Norie Neumark

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Okkyung Lee
Omahara
Operant
Oren Ambarchi

Pan Daijing
Papaphilia
Pauline Vetuna
Perfume
Perlonex
Peter Brötzmann and Heather Leigh
Peter Szendy
Phil Dadson
Philip Brophy
Pia Van Gelder
Pip Stafford
Pjenné
Plants and Animalia (CES and Felicity Mangan)
Poppy de Souza
Primitive Motion
Prim­i­tive Motion
Prophets
Public Assembly
Public Office
Puce Mary

Queens of the Circulating Library

Radha La Bia
Ragtime Frank
Rashad Becker
Rebecca Jensen
Rebecca Ross
Renata Buziak
Richard Dawson
Richie Cyngler
Rita Revell
Rob Thorne
Robin Fox
Robin Hayward
Robin James
Romy Seven Fox
Rosalind Hall
Rosie Issac
Roslyn Helper
Ross Bolleter
Ruth O'Leary
Ryan Jekabson
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Saba Vasefi
Sage Pbbbt
Sally Ann McIntyre
Salomé Voegelin
Sam Kidel
Samaan Fieck
Samson Young
Samuel Karmel
Sara Mikolai
Sara Ramshaw
Sarah Bekessy
Sarah Byrne
Sarah Edwards
Sarah McCauley
Sarita Gálvez
Saskia Doherty
Scale Free Network
Scarlett Howard
Scott Mitchell
Scott Morrison
Sean Baxter
Sean Dockray
Seth Kim-Cohen
Severed Heads
Sezzo Snot
Shahmen Suku
Shani Mohini-Holmes
Shelley Lasica
Sheridan Palmer
Shi Chao Lai
Sibling Architecture
Simona Castricum
Slime
Sondes
SoundWatch
Sovereign Trax
Steph Overs
Still Nomads
Straightjacket Nation
Subterranean Rain
Susan Schuppli
Suzanne Kite
Sweat Tongue

T.Morimoto
TT SKTLS
Tara Transitory
Tarquin Manek
Teiji Ito
Teila Watson
Tessa Laird
Th Duo Trio
Thanh Hằng Phạm
The Charles Ives Singers
The Donkey's Tail
Thembi Soddell
Theresa Wong
Tim McNamara
Ting Shuo Hear Say
Tom Ogley
Tom Smith
Tomoko Momiyama
Tralala Blip
True Strength
Tyson Campbell
Tzu Ni
Tzusing
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U-P
Uncle Dave Wandin
Uncle Joe Kirk
Unconscious Collective
Undine Sellbach & Stephen Loo
Ur 1st Luv
Ute Meta Bauer

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Walon Green
Waterhouse
Werner Dafeldecker
Wet Kiss
White Fungus
Will Foster and Sabrina D’Angelo
William Blackstone
Wukir Suryadi

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