Found sound: the experimental instrumental project

Douglas, Amelia and Mishriki, Albert (2009) Found sound: the experimental instrumental project. Melbourne & Carlton, VIC, Australia, Guildford Lane Gallery; Tape Projects Space.

Author Douglas, Amelia
Mishriki, Albert
Title Found sound: the experimental instrumental project
Place of publication Melbourne & Carlton, VIC, Australia
Publisher Guildford Lane Gallery; Tape Projects Space
Publication date 2009-01-01
Series Found Sound 2009
Total pages 1 Curated exhibition
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Found Sound: The Experimental Instrument Project is a series of musical and sound art events featuring experimental instruments designed and built by Australian artists and musicians.

Each event takes the form of an improvised collaboration between at least two participants who do not usually perform together. All sounds are to be generated by hand-made and/or found elements that can be welded, wired, stuck together, collaged or otherwise assembled into “playable” forms, including junk objects, springs, bicycle wheels, bits and bobs, kitchen gadgetry, string, circuit boards, bells, rubber bands, plants, car parts and custom-made music machines.

Found Sound is part of Found Sound 2009, a six month program of performances held at Guildford Lane Gallery and Tape Projects Space, Melbourne, January-June 2009, and is curated by Amelia Douglas [Barikin] and Albert Mishriki.

Featuring work by Snawklor, David Nelson (Slave Pianos), Joe Talia, Dale Gorfinkel, Ross Manning, Rod Cooper, Pia Van Gelder, Ros Bandt, Albert Mishriki, Benjamin Kolaitis, Dylan Martorell and James Hullick.

Version Filter Type
Citation counts: Google Scholar Search Google Scholar
Created: Wed, 06 Aug 2014, 01:26:56 EST by Ms Stormy Wehi on behalf of School of Communication and Arts