Experimental Sounds, Sculptures and Installations.

Curated by Lee-Ann Joy (SCENE5design)

Experimental sound is a particular genre of music that is elusive to many; it is a genre where people explore sounds outside general rules of composition and assembly to create an unaccustomed type of music.

Art Exhibition previously on at The Library Artspace in Australia.
From Saturday 29 October 2011 to Saturday 19 November 2011
Launch Saturday 29 October 2011, 7.00-9.00 pm

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Published by The Library Artspace on Friday 21 October 2011.
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This exhibition offers a discourse of experimental sounds via different forms of media incorporating sculpture, installation and film and is to challenge traditional sensibilities as to what quantifies as music.

Dale Chapman
Marco Cher-gibard
Rodney Cooper
Mark Groves & Sharryn Koppins (Dick Threats)
Vijay Thillaimuthu

Dale Chapman, Tara Cook, Rodney Cooper, Antonia Goodfellow, Lee-Ann Joy, Vijay Thillaimuthu, John Waller.

Buttercup Insurgent, E.T.G, Exomène, Cezary Gapik, IDTAL, Jason Kavanagh, Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt, NOS Project, Maresuke Okamoto, PAS, Jaime Rguez, Hugues Vincent.
This collection of overseas artists are renown sound artists that lead the way within their individual fields of creating experimental sound. All are actively involved in the promotion of experimental music whether touring, collaborating or running their own labels and promoting other artists.

The Library Artspace
Gallery address: The Library Artspace, 100 Barkly St Nth Fitzroy.
Exhibition dates: Saturday October 29 – 19 November
Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday 12:00pm – 5:00pm