Branden Joseph will be presenting a masterclass to the Sound and Materials students, Monday 4 July. The class will be a discussion based on his forthcoming book Experimentations (Bloomsbury Academic).
Frances Dyson will be at UNSW to lead a masterclass for interested postgraduate students. Frances will lead a discussion focused on her recent publication Tone of our Times (MIT Press).
Doctoral Candidate Vincent O’Connor & Vaughan O’Connor will feature in this year’s Primavera (Young Australian Artists) exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
Thomas Köner (DE) will lead a masterclass & discussion of his work stemming from his Sydney performance at the 14th Audi Festival Of German Films
Caleb Kelly to be the Edgard Varèse Guest Professor at the Technische Universität Berlin.
Jussi Parikka will be on campus 17th March to run a masterclass with the Sound and Materials post-graduate students.
Sound and Materials member Joyce Hinterding alongside David Haines will be showing Energies at the MCA in June 2015.
Materials issue of das SUPERPAPER has been edited by Caleb Kelly. It features Sound and Materials researchers alongside research from UNSW and further afield.
The issue features Douglas Kahn, Denisa Kera, Kusum Normoyle, Peter Blamey, Heather Contant, Andrew Brooks, Pia Van Gelder, LoVid, Astrid Lorange, David Haines, Vicky Browne, Tully Arnot and Helen Hughes
Energies and the Arts will bring scholars and artists together to address historical and contemporary activities on the seemingly elusive properties and potentials of energy. The conference will explore how energy is engaged with across the arts including but not limited to: media arts, photography, music, ecological arts, science and the arts, and related areas within literature, poetics, critical theory and philosophy.
Over one weekend in October, Liquid Architecture Sydney will bring together leading contemporary practitioners working to explore acts of speaking, listening and sounding. Language as a system (social, textual, material), may be disrupted, re-read, re-heard and potentially re-thought, is the central interest for many of these investigations.