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Liquid Architecture (LA) is Australia’s leading organisation for artists working with sound and listening. LA is based on Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Country, at the Collingwood Yards art precinct. Our program sits at the intersection of contemporary art and experimental music, expressed through a range of presentation, publishing, research and commissioning activities.

BACKGROUND
Born in the complex artistic climate of the late 1990s, LA is a millennial imagination of Australia’s vibrant experimental sound culture. Founded in 1999, over the following 15 years, under the direction of Nat Bates, LA grew from being a boutique local event into Australia’s leading festival of experimental, electronic, improvised and avant-garde music.

In 2014, the organisation pivoted with an injection of ideas and resources, and the appointment of Joel Stern and Danni Zuvela as the organisation’s artistic leadership. The duo dissolved the festival model in favour of something more open, unpredictable and experimental: a year-round, curatorial program of boundary-pushing public events, happenings and situations untethered to any one discipline, ideology or format.

Forever expanding and evolving to meet our horizons, the cultural institution we know today as Liquid Architecture is fuelled by the ideas and energies of our team and augmented by the expertise of our board and advisors.

Under the leadership of Kristi Monfries alongside Creative Producer Rohan Rebeiro, Programs Coordinator Ronen Jafari, the new direction will expand on this legacy to build strong foundations and relationships with sound experimentations from First Nations, Diasporas, Asia and the Pacific.

Grounded locally but working globally, LA is a dedicated platform for artists engaged in experimental sound practice, sustained and energised through conversation and research, and realised in collaboration with people in our community and beyond.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung as the Traditional Owners and sovereign custodians of the Country on which we practice. We extend our respects to their Elders past and present, and to all First Peoples.


Team

BOARD

DANNY BUTT (CHAIR) is Senior Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Practice at Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, where he is also Coordinator of Research for Design and Production. His book Artistic Research in the Future Academy was published by Intellect/University of Chicago Press in 2017, and he is on the Editorial Board of the Journal for Artistic Research and is co-convenor of the Asia Pacific Artistic Research Network. As a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) he worked for intergovernmental agencies such as United Nations Development Programme and ASEAN on new media and development and was editor of the book Internet Governance: Asia Pacific Perspectives (Elsevier/UNDP 2006). He works with the Auckland-based art collective Local Time. He moved from Gadigal country in Sydney to Port Chalmers / Koputai, Aotearoa New Zealand in 1993, performing improvised sound and releasing recordings through the 1990s with Peter Stapleton and Kim Pieters in the groups Rain and Flies Inside the Sun (with Brian Crook); with Michael Morley in the Tanaka-Nixon Meeting; and as Cobweb Iris.

REBECA SACCHERO (DEPUTY-CHAIR)
Rebeca Sacchero is a Producer with extensive experience across multiple Metro Melbourne Inner North Local Government Areas. Rebeca understands the local government context whilst also having relationships and experience in small to medium arts orgs. She has been working in the space of community engaged practice and is passionate about creating arts access for under-represented communities. She has a strong track record of successful projects with youth, the LGBTQIA+ community, CALD communities and seniors. She has worked across visual arts, performing arts and digital media, with a range of government and private stakeholders. These include major festivals, local and state Government, ARI’s, schools, community health orgs, and social enterprises. She completed a degree in Art History and Curatorship at Monash University in 2017 and in 2019 was selected for Leadership Victoria’s LGBTQIA+ Leadership program. She also runs her own community building electronic music events in which she has toured international artists, and is a DJ.

MARK NOLEN (TREASURER) is a Certified Practising Accountant with extensive experience in the creative industries sector. He is currently Management Accountant at ACMI, 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 Scotch whisky, soaking up some even finer tunes.

CLAIRE BREDENOORD (SECRETARY) is an education designer and creative producer with experience in non-profit arts organisations, higher education and start-ups. She has a background in socially engaged arts practice and publishing, most often working across disciplines to produce multimodal projects. Most recently, Claire has contributed to the launch of Industri Education, a live music education organisation aiming to provide pathways into industry, as the Operations and Education Lead. A notable achievement has been collaborating with live music industry stakeholders to design new courses in technical production. Claire holds a Juris Doctor and a Master of Arts and Community Practice. She aims to continue developing her diverse skill set and passion for relational community practice to contribute to First Nations peoples’ fight for justice.

MONICA LIM (MEMBER) is a Melbourne-based pianist and composer of classical contemporary and experimental music. Born in Malaysia and then migrating to Australia in her teens, Monica initially practiced as a Tax Consultant for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, before pursuing her own interests in business and the arts. She has produced work for theatre, contemporary dance, installations, and film, as well as solo and ensemble instrumental pieces. She is interested in new cross-disciplinary genres and forms as well as combinations of new technology with music. Monica is currently undertaking a PhD at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne in interactive technology, AI and gesture-led composition. Monica is co-founder of Project Eleven, a philanthropic initiative which supports the contemporary arts and serves on the boards of the Melbourne Recital Centre, the Substation as well as the Member’s Council for Musica Viva.

NARETHA WILLIAMS (MEMBER) is an accomplished practitioner in the Australian creative industries sector. An established artist and music producer, she is a seasoned industry professional with extensive experience across a dynamic range of appointments. Naretha has worked with leading Australian companies and First Nations initiatives, flagship festivals and events, has toured internationally and won several awards. Credits include: St Kilda Festival, Bless Your Blak Arts Festival, Australasian World Music Expo, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Yirramboi First Nations Arts Festival, Science Gallery London, Chunky Move, Performance Space New York, The Melba Spiegeltent, Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ, Sydney Myer Music Bowl, Sydney Dance Company, and Melbourne’s Flash Forward.

GAIL PRIEST (MEMBER) is a sound artist and writer based on Dharug and Gundungurra land (Katoomba, NSW). Her work spans soundtracks for dance, theatre and video, solo electro-acoustic performance as well sound installations for gallery contexts, both solo and in collaboration. She has performed her live compositions and exhibited sound installations nationally and internationally including in Japan, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Norway and the Netherlands. In 2015-16 she was awarded an Emerging & Experimental Arts Fellowship from the Australia Council. She has undertaken numerous radio commissions and releases music on her own label Metal Bitch Recordings as well as Flaming Pines, Endgame Records and room40. She curates events and exhibitions and writes fictively and factually about sound and media art, working for RealTime magazine for over 15 years. She has been on the board of Performance Space (2011-2014), and a peer assessor for the Australia Council. She has just completed a PhD in creative sound theory at UTS. www.gailpriest.net

DAVID CHESWORTH (MEMBER) 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, David has created installation artworks using sound, video, architecture and public participation. Exhibitions include ‘56th Venice Biennale (2015), ‘19th Biennale of Sydney (2014), and 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, Biennale of Sydney; 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, Melbourne. David is a Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow at RMIT University, Melbourne, researching auditory archives.

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY GROUP

PATRICK HARTONO (MEMBER) Born in Makassar 1988, Patrick Gunawan Hartono is an Indonesian electroacoustic composer and audiovisual artist. He earned a BMus in Composition (Cum laude) from Rotterdam Conservatory with Minor Study at The Institute of Sonology, MMus in Sonic Arts from the University of London, Goldsmiths, and Live Electronic Course from IRCAM, Paris. In 2017 he won the ICMA audience award for his generative audiovisual piece “Matrix Studies” and the 1st Prize for WOCMAT 2019 International Electroacoustic Music Young Composer Award. Most of his works use the sound of Indonesian traditional music instruments, computer-generated sound/images, field recordings; transformed, rearranged, modulated by mathematical rules, real-time interaction, and controlled random operations. Patrick is currently based in Melbourne, Australia, to pursue a doctoral degree at the University of Melbourne while actively involved in local and international electroacoustic/computer music communities.

STAFF

Kristi Monfries (Director)
Lucreccia Quintanilla (Director until April 2024)
Rohan Rebeiro (Creative Producer)
Ronen Jafari (Programs Coordinator)
James Howard (Creative Producer)

LA ASSOCIATES

Tiarney Miekus (Associate Editor - Disclaimer)
Laura McLean and Suvani Suri (Associate Curators - Capture All)

INTERNS

Olivia Stephen
Dylan Phillips



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The Instrument Builders Project Kyoto: Circulating Echo


インストゥルメント・ビルダーズ・プロジェクト・キョウト-循環するエコー-
Kyoto Art Center
Yamabushiyama-cho 546-2
Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto 604-8156
JAPAN

Instru­ment Builders Project is a forum for exper­i­men­tal work – at the inter­sec­tion of con­tem­po­rary art, sound, music, and per­for­mance – engag­ing artists from Aus­tralia and the Asia-Pacific. Each IBP cul­mi­nates in new and exper­i­men­tal works in the form of ​‘instru­ments’.

Instru­ment Builders Project Kyoto: Cir­cu­lat­ing Echo is the first iteration of the project to be orga­nised in Kyoto, Japan. Over three weeks, artists with diverse prac­tices and cul­tural back­grounds from Indone­sia, Aus­tralia, and Japan will create musi­cal instru­ments while shar­ing the processes of making these devices​. In 2018, par­tic­i­pat­ing artists include Masamitsu Araki, Misbach Daeng Bilok, Caitlin Franzmann, Tomoko Momiyama, Wukir Suryadi, Natasha Tontey and Yuya Tsukahara with practices spanning design, sonic art, and com­mu­nity-based music activ­i­ties, all of which are avant-garde in nature yet also refer to a range of distinctive cultural tra­di­tions.

Building instruments together creates a platform for experimentation and intersections of diverse ideas. How are sound and musi­cal instru­ments cre­ated? And how do these instruments reflect the ideas and perspectives of those who make them and play them, as well as those who listen and experience them?

Visitors are invited to witness these collaborations where experimentation and inspiration is transformed into inventive musical devices. The studio space where the artists share and test out their ideas will be open to the public, with a public program including a work-shop, talk, and a musical performance of these newly created instruments. The sounds created in this project ranging across the oceans from Indonesia and Australia to Japan will form circulating echoes that resonate here in Kyoto. Full program and live documentation via theinstrumentbuildersproject.com

The Instrument Builders Projectは、インドネシアとオーストラリアのアーティストによる、音や楽器に焦点をあてたコラボレーションプロジェクトとして、2013年からこれまで3回にわたり開催されてきたプロジェクトです。今回は、初めて日本・京都での開催。The Instrument Builders Project Kyoto – Circulating Echo-(ザ・インストゥルメント・ビルダーズ・プロジェクト・キョウト-循環するエコー-) と題し、インドネシア、オーストラリア、日本からアーティストを迎えます。アーティストとしての活動も、文化的バックグラウンドもさまざまなアーティストが、3週間にわたるプロジェクト期間の中で、「楽器を創作する」プロセスを共有しながら、新たな楽器創りに挑戦します。

「音」、そしてその音を発する媒体としての「楽器」は、どのように創作する者や演奏する者、あるいは聞く者、体験する者の思考や視点を反映し、生み出されていくのでしょうか。造形芸術、パフォーマンス、サウンドアート、コミュニティに根ざした音楽活動など、先鋭的かつ伝統をも参照するフィールドで活躍するアーティストたちが共に取り組むその過程では、実験精神があふれ、多様なアイディアが交差し重なり合う場が生まれるでしょう。

アーティストがアイディアを共有し、試みを繰り返すスタジオの公開、ワークショップ、トーク、創作された楽器によるパフォーマンスを通して、新たな実験や発想が「楽器」という形で生まれるコラボレーションに、ぜひお立会いください。インドネシア、オーストラリアから日本にまで拡張する本プロジェクトで生まれる音は、循環するエコーとなり、この京都の地で響くことでしょう。


Public Program パブリックプログラム

Open Studio
Tue, 4. – Sun,16. Sep 2018
The instru­ment-making process is open to the public. Vis­i­tors can observe the artists working collaboratively in the studio space.

Exhibition
Wed, 12. – Mon, 17. Sep 2018
Examples of the instruments created in Kyoto and at previous IBP iterations will be exhibited throughout the Kyoto Art Centre.

Talk
Sat, 15. Sep 2018
Caitlin Franz­mann + Mis­bach Daeng Bilok + Tomoko Momiyama

Workshop
September 15, 2018
Visitors are invited to join the artists in experimenting with different approaches to playing the new instruments, discovering new sounds and techniques.

Talk
Sat, 15. Sep 2018
Masamitsu Araki + Natasha Tontey + Yuya Tsuka­hara + Wukir Suryadi

Performances
Sun, 16. – Mon 17. Sept 2018
Artists will stage a per­for­mance with their col­lab­o­ra­tively made instru­ments. Vis­i­tors are invited to expe­ri­ence the unique sounds of these one-of-a-kind musi­cal devices. Kazuhisa Uchi­hashi will perform as a special guest among others alongside Instrument Builders Project artists.


INSTRU­MENT BUILDERS PROJECTS est. 2013

Instrument Builders Project was ini­ti­ated in 2013 by Kristi Mon­fries (Vol­canic Winds) and Joel Stern (Oth­er­Film, Liquid Archi­tec­ture) and held three times since with artists from Indonesia and Australia. The project is a collaborative endeavour that focuses on sound and musical instruments. For IBP, artists invent, build, present and per­form using invented ​‘instru­ments’ that mix tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary forms includ­ing sound sculp­ture, instal­la­tion, impro­vi­sa­tion and per­for­mance. IBP cen­tres on a shared res­i­dency model, with an acces­si­ble open studio / work­shop, plus talks and per­for­mances punc­tu­ated by peri­ods of cre­ative free time.

IBP1 at iCAN, Yogyakarta [2013]
Rod Cooper, Dylan Mar­torell, Pia Van Gelder and Michael Candy (Aus­tralia)
Wukir Suryadi, Asep Nata, Ardi Gunawan and Andreas Sia­gian (Indone­sia)

IBP2 at iCAN, Yogyakarta [2014]
Jompet Kuswidananto, Wukir Suryadi, Bagus Pan­dega and Mas Bowo (Indone­sia)
Dale Gorfinkel, Tintin Wulia, Peter Blamey and Caitlin Franz­mann (Aus­tralia)

IBP3 at National Gallery of Vic­to­ria, Melbourne [2014]
Lintang Radittya, Andreas Siagian, Wukir Suryadi, Tintin Wulia (Indonesia)
Peter Blamey, Michael Candy, Caitlin Franzmann, Pia Van Gelder, Dale Gorfinkel, Dylan Martorell (Australia)

In 2015 a commemorative publication was produced, with support from the Australia Indonesia Institute, with commissioned essays and artist pages covering the highlights of the program.

In 2018, IBP will be hosted by Kyoto Art Centre a an open studio with 9 artists (Australia, Indonesia, Japan) occupying KAC studios for 3 weeks – researching, experimenting, conceptualising, building through multiple collaborations and micro-projects. The program includes fieldwork, workshops, concerts, talks and exhibitions throughout the residency period.

The creative outcomes for Instrument Builders Project Japan at Kyoto Art Centre are manifold and consolidate the artistic merit of each methodology: in an exhibition context as sound installation works; in a performance context as unique sonic / musical works and compositions for newly invented instruments; and in a production context as they creation of new ‘sonic objects’ that may be incorporated into other works in the future. Full documentation from past Instrument Builders Project iterations via theinstrumentbuildersproject.com

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Top: Artists working at IBP3 at National Gallery of Victoria, 2014
Bottom: MOS (Mountain Operated Synth), produced for the IBP by Michael Candy, Pia van Gelder and Andreas Siagian, 2014

Instrument Builders Kyoto is organized by Kyoto Art Center; co-curated by Yoko Kawasaki, Mami Katsuya, Joel Stern, Kristi Monfries; and presented by Kyoto Art Centre, Liquid Architecture, The Volcanic Winds Project.

Supported by the Agency of Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fiscal 2018, the Japan Foundation Asia Center Grant Program for Promotion of Cultural Collaboration, and the Kakehashi Foundation
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