Acoustic ecologies

Barikin, Amelia and Themelios, Nella (2012) Acoustic ecologies. Melbourne, VIC. Australia, Arts Centre Melbourne.

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Author Barikin, Amelia
Themelios, Nella
Title Acoustic ecologies
Place of publication Melbourne, VIC. Australia
Publisher Arts Centre Melbourne
Publication date 2012-07-01
Series Audio Architecture: Workshop Interludes
Total pages 1 Curated exhibition
Language eng
Subject Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibition/Event - Exhibition/Event
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Acoustic Ecologies curated by Amelia Barkin and Nella Themelios for Audio Architecture, Hamer Hall, July 2012.

Camp participants experienced Acoustics Ecologies in two parts - in part one the group explored Melbourne through a guided sound-walk. In part two participants were introduced to a wide selection of handmade instruments and some of the differences between sound and noise. A final jam session brought together the skills of listening and collective music making. Workshop leaders: Nella Themelios, Amelia Barkin, Dylan Martorell, Albert Mishriki, Jordan Lacey.

Presented by Arts Centre Melbourne, Audio Architecture was a free Talks Program and 24hr Design Camp for students and graduates of art, design and architecture on the theme of cities and sound. Curated by Office for Good Design, the program brought together leading architects, sound designers, musicians and artists to contemplate how we can use sound to make better spaces. Audio Architecture marked the re-opening of Hamer Hall and was a celebration of this new meeting point for sound, architecture and design.

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