Sound installations are one of the most innovative areas of music practice, often encompassing both audio and visual artistic fields.
The 2010 ISCM World Music Days will be presenting a number of sound art and installation works throughout, and prior to, the festival.
SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC
Johannes Sistermanns [Germany]: SoundPlastic
Supported by International Cultural Relations.
CAMPBELLTOWN ARTS CENTRE
Annea Lockwood (NZ/US): Piano Transplants, Bow Falls
Eve de Castro-Robinson* (NZ): Gilded Blessing
JOAN SUTHERLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, PENRITH
Emilio Mendoza* (Venezuela) – Sin-Cadensas
Plus the following will be displayed across various venues throughout the festival:
Thomas Bensdorp* (Netherlands) – Jeux d’Enfants
Jorge Isaac* (Netherlands) – Fuzz
Koji Nakano* (Japan) – Unspoken Voices – Unbroken Spirits
Lise-Lotte Norelius* (Sweden) – Isola
Aki Pasoulas* (England) – Arborescences
Adrian Borza* (Romania) – Dusk
Presented by Aurora Festival, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre.
* ISCM submission.