forwarded from LUPA/art:
NEW COLLABORATIVE WORK
SOUND/ Jerome Noetinger (Rives, France)
VISUALS/ Liz Racz (Melbourne)
Launching LUPA/ art is spool.
It's 3.14 a.m. In darkness, the audience armed with torches gather to experience the outcome of residency collaboration between visual artist Liz Racz and Jerome Noetinger, an internationally recognised improviser using electroacoustic devices.
The artists' work is connected across distance by the idea of erasure; sounds being erased from tape by magnets and images rendered by being erased from the blackened walls.
Listening and playing with Noetinger's tape loops for the first time in residency at LUPA/ art, Racz will be using graphite, charcoal, an eraser, tape recorders and torches to create this audio/ visual environment. Exploring how sound and vision can become more than the sum of their parts, connected by what is removed.
Noetinger was a guest of the Melbourne International Biennale of Exploratory Music and the Liquid Architecture Festival. The collaboration with Racz being conducted by email, letters and photographs of sketches will extend her practice of 'memorable large dark works' (Penny Webb, The Age, 17 August, 2007).
LUPA/ art: A new space in Northcote hosting collaborative residencies with happy cross-disciplinary outcomes.
VENUE: Rear 55 High St/ Northcote/ Corner Westgarth & High St.
Liz Racz/ 0410 131 599/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Willoh S.Weiland/ 0425 789 124/ DEARLUPAART@gmail.com
SPOOL VIEWING/ LISTENING TIMES:
Sunday 22nd June 3.14am Opening drinks/ Sunday 22nd June 7.00pm/ Thursday 26th June 7.00pm/ Friday 27th June 7.00pm/ Sunday 29th June 3.14am