Presented in partnership with the Melbourne Festival, The Click Clack Project and the Footscray Community Arts Centre.
In association with Music Mind and Wellbeing. Supported by the Australia Japan Foundation
EXTREMITIES featured on the final day of SONIC FLOCK: A PUBLIC SPACE SONIC ART PROJECT for Melbourne Festival 2013.
An exclusive lineup selected from JOLT’s hard-hitting 2012 EXTREMITIES International Sonic Festival and Tour in Japan, EXTREMITIES 2013 brought three distinctive Japanese sound and video artists to challenge the senses of festival-goers. During the day, the space came alive with a sensor-based installation by Tokyo- based sound artist Cal Lyall, allowing visitors to explore the environment as real-time samples interact with their movements. The evening featured a series of mercurial performances, including the hypnotic work of audiovisual artist Masayuki Kawai, the hydrophone-based sound explorations of Cal Lyall, and a deep- listening experience by ‘frequency surfer’ and analog synth guru Pardon Kimura.
SUNDAY 13 OCTOBER 2013
The Atrium, Federation Square, Melbourne
EXTREMITIES installation 10AM – 4PM
EXTREMITIES concert 5PM – 6PM