COLLABORATIONS WITH POETS, THEATRE MAKERS, FILMMAKERS AND VISUAL ARTISTS ON INSTALLATION WORKS, RADIO, FILM AND PERFORMANCE SOUND. THE ART OF STORYTELLING THROUGH DIFFERENT MEDIA, ENCOURAGING DEEP LISTENING.
Installation for the 'Women, Art & Politics' international residency at Footscray Community Arts Centre, March 2017, part of the Women of the World (WOW) Festival Melbourne - a collaboration between Footscray Community Arts Centre’s Collaborate Asia Program and Asia TOPA.
Collaboration with aquatic scientist and filmmaker Sheree Marris and multimedia artist John Powers, for White Night Melbourne, 18 February 2017. Large-scale projection and soundscape in the La Trobe Reading Room, State Library of Victoria.
Collaboration with Nick Azidis (PROJECTIONTEKNIK) and Rose Staff (Radiance) for White Night Melbourne, 18 February 2017. Large-scale projection and multi-zone sound installation in the forecourt of the State Library of Victoria.
Collaboration with Nick Azidis (PROJECTIONTEKNIK). Commission of large-scale projection and audio installation for a private event in the La Trobe Reading Room of the State Library of Victoria, 10th March 2016.
A one-hour art documentary soundwork following the progress of the creation of artwork and performance over a five-day group collaborative process. Groups of artists from East Timor, Tibet, Indonesia and Australia collaborated in a process following the 'Exquisite Corpse' game of the Surrealists. EXQUISITE 2016 took place in Melbourne at the Footscray Community Arts Centre as part of Festival of Live Art 2016.
★ Made for 'Fuck You, Cancer - A David Bowie Tribute' at the Gasometer Hotel, Melbourne. An irreverent, spontaneous, lo-fi and unashamedly sentimental piece of work, emerging from an idea to fill the bathrooms in the hotel with the voice of Bowie, as part of a long night of performance raising funds for the Peter McCallum Cancer Institute following his death.
Creative audio documentation of the 'FCACheartsJogja: Exquisite Corpstallation' project at Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne. Artist groups from Australia, East Timor and Indonesia came together for a collaborative installation. A succession of five artist groups each had 24 hours to create a site-specific work responding to a theme set by the preceding group, using only a thread of an idea left by the previous group. Each group didn't see the others' works until the final reveal on March 5, 2015.