Tim Bruniges, 'DRONES'

New sound and video works considering the drone as musical form.

Art Exhibition previously on at Galerie pompom in New South Wales, Australia.
From Wednesday 02 March 2016 to Sunday 03 April 2016
Launch Wednesday 02 March 2016, 18.00-20.00

Tim Bruniges, HORSES (video still), 2015, generative HD video, sound, infinite duration image

Published by Galerie pompom on Tuesday 23 February 2016.
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‘Do you know how to waltz?’
- Low, Live at the Rock Garden, 2013

Tim Bruniges is a Sydney based visual artist and musician. Working across a range of media, including installation, sound and video, his practice centres on exploring notions of perception, the fallibility of memory and our relationship with time. Often taking the form of site-specific installations, the works attempt to create immersive spaces that allow for a disruption of expected temporal experience. 

Bruniges holds a MFA from UNSW Art & Design and a BA (Mus) with distinction from the University of Western Sydney. Bruniges was recently awarded the Greene St Studio artist residency in New York, was a highly commended finalist in the John Fries Award 2014 and his work has been written about in Hyperallergic, New York Magazine and The New York Times. He has exhibited works in Australia, the USA, Germany, France, Iceland and Russia. Bruniges has composed music for feature films and was a founding member of Sydney based band The Dead Sea.

Tim Bruniges and Michaela Davies will perform at Galerie pompom on Wednesday 16 March at 6pm for Art Month’s Chippendale Precinct Night

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Tim Bruniges, HORSES, 2015, generative HD video, sound, infinite duration.