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MUSIC AND MOTION: PATTERNS IN THE SOIL

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT //  By Tess King

Presented by Metro Arts

Come and experience music that is more than live, it’s alive. Surround sound and reactive visuals breathe music to life in this immersive experience.

What is alive in the world around you? Would you be surprised at how much people miss every day? Organicism is the idea that everything, when seen as a whole, is alive. A systemic kaleidoscope that reflects itself over and over yet reveals different aspects with every angle. It is cyclical in this way, much like ourselves. We experience cycles as individuals and societies, making our memories and their ever-changing contexts a fluid, living thing.

Music and Motion: Patterns in the Soil places you in the centre of a flowing audio-visual landscape. As if you were travelling through it, or it through you, the landscape morphs around different reflections of organicism. Perhaps it is a solo cellist, a bird on the precipice of flight, or a surge of electricity as a computer starts. These pieces of life feedback and reflect variations of themselves, creating morphing spirals of patterns.

 

DATES

OPEN STUDIO SESSION 1:
11:30am – 2:30pm, Sat 10 Apr

OPEN STUDIO SESSION 2:
5 – 7pm, Sat 10 Apr

Please note, registrations are not required for these sessions.

VENUE

Factory Lane + New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End

THE ARTISTS

TESS KING

Tess is a recent graduate of Griffith conservatorium’s Bachelor of Music Technology. Throughout her degree, she has pushed performance as a form through digital means and inventive implementation of philosophical ideas. Her recent interest has been on immersive forms of performance through surround sound techniques and live audio-reactive visuals.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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