Calling Percy

As an inventor as well as composer, Percy Grainger's musical practice was never constrained by tradition or convention.

Art Exhibition previously on at Ian Potter Museum of Art in Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 04 October 2016 to Monday 31 October 2016

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Published by Ian Potter Museum of Art on Thursday 25 August 2016.
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The result was his construction of instruments that ranged from the weird to the wonderful.

Led by artist and researcher Dr Laura Woodward, students from Sculpture & Spatial Practice at the Faculty of VCA and MCM, and Mechanical Engineering at the Melbourne School of Engineering, combine their talents to produce works inspired by Grainger’s roving imagination. Step inside the University‚Äôs Ian Potter Museum of Art to encounter kinetic mechanical instruments, interactive sculptures and responsive installations that are by turns playful, confronting, tender and experimental. In sum, a grand assemblage of moving parts as complex and surprising as the mind of Grainger himself.

Exhibitors
Danielle Cheng
Maggie Clare
Sam La Marca
Nicola Lewis
Jessie McClure
Kate McGain
Qalissa Othman
Yuval Rosinger
with Laura Woodward

Dr Laura Woodward has created sculptural kinetic installations for exhibitions around Australia, and lectures in the School of Art at the Faculty of VCA and MCM, University of Melbourne.

More information here on Cultural Collisions: Grainger | Griffins, curated and devised by Jonathan Mills.