Opening Tuesday December 18th. 6 to 8pm with a live performance 7.00-7.45. pm. SURROUND SOUND INSTALLATION, INTERACTIVE GLASS SCULPTURES, PERFORMANCE, VIDEOS Exhibition Runs 18 December- January 27 January summer performances Wednesday nights 8.-900pm Funded by the City of Yarra

Art Exhibition previously on at The Library Artspace in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 18 December 2012 to Friday 27 January 2012
Launch Tuesday 18 December 2012, 6-8pm

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Published by The Library Artspace on Wednesday 12 December 2012.
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Imagine a space where you are washed utterly clean and float through mysterious worlds of sounding glass water stone and text . An entire gallery is installed with Ros Bandt’s glass sound sculptures and playable instruments, videos of jellyfish and a scientific experimental bath where sounds from over and underwater are captured and spread throughout the room. Glass as material has enticed the artist since 1978 when she built her first playable glasssculpture the Flagong and began her soft and fragile music series recorded on Move Records. For three months she has been artist in residence at Library Artspace Gallery in North Fitzroy composing new surround sound works creating a unique multi-sensory experience. It’s at once a meditative room of contemplation, a heightened listening space and a room to dream. It comes alive through glass music performed by the artist every Wednesday in January at 8.00 p.m.

Ros’s articulations of extraordinary sites are well known from water tanks to the Yerebatan Cistern, Istanbul, the Ancient wheatstore in the Palaio Frourio Corfu, trucks on Sydney Road and Keramikos Odos Athens, silos, deserts and oceans, industrial landcapes and virtual spaces. Living now in North Fitzroy after living in Greece, she is thrilled to be showing in the local artist’s community, maintaining her low carbon footprint.


Ros Bandt is an award winning international sound artist from Australia who has created a star studded 30 years of sounding spaces sound art, electro-acoustic composition, sound installation, inventions, original instruments, books, CDs and writings. She is passionate about designing and sharing sound through space and time with people. She has built unusual glass instruments and sculptures, environmentally sensitive Aeolian harps, interactive mixed media installations using recycled materials coathangers and TVs, interactive sensor spatial music systems, audible paintings, sound playgrounds, permanent public art, live performance art with international artists, and played in bands from early music to noise. She collaborates regularly with Turkish, German and Greek sound artists, and in Australia plays with the early music ensemble la Romanesca, the intermedia duo CarteBlanche and the East West Duo with Le Tuan Hung.She has curated large events such as Beaming theTheremin and founded the Australian sound design project online gallery and data base of sound designs in public space in Australia, She has been awarded Australia’s highest honours, the Don Banks Composers Award, The ABC sound artist in residence, the sound art Australia prize, the Inaugural Benjamin Cohen Peace fellow, USA and the National film and sound archive Cochrane Smith Award for sound heritage 2012. She is published by Wergo, New Albion, Pozitif, Double Moon, EMI, Move Records, Sonic Gallery, Hearing Places, Allans Music, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Fine Arts Press, Deakin University Press, The Australian Music Centre, Composers Autograph Limited edition and is distributed by CDE Music and Indie Records.

Gallery address:
The Library Artspace, 100 Barkly St Nth Fitzroy
Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday 12-5pm
Exhibition dates: 18th December – 27th January

Please access from the car park at the back of the gallery
via Dean Street


The Library Artspace
100 Barkly St Nth Fitzroy, Vic, 3068.
Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday 12-5pm
Exhibition dates: 18th December – 27th January