Presented by Foostcray Community Arts Centre, The Click Clack Project & JOLT
THE AMPLIFIED ELEPHANTS
Drawing on the complex, critical and often neglected histories of women, female sound artists of The Amplified Elephants welcome the return of Nat Grant to explore the terrain of womanhood and where disability and gender intersect.
Explore the world through sound as the Women of the Elephants ask, ‘when did you first realise you were Woman? What sound does Woman make?’
Interact. Listen to the percussive and original sounds The Amplified Elephants describe as ‘popping!’ (Sarah Ellis) and ‘R2D2’ (Megan Hunter).
WHEN: Saturday 18 June, 7pm and Sunday 19 June, 2pm
VENUE: FCAC Performance Space
COST: $20 full / $15 concession
TICKETS/BOOKINGS (click here)
ABOUT THE AMPLIFIED ELEPHANTS
(link to their bio)
ABOUT NAT GRANT
Grant is a multi-instrumentalist, sound artist, composer and teacher. She has been employed as a composer and performer in the fields of puppetry, theatre, film, animation, and dance. Her compositions and performances integrate electronic processing and sampling with acoustic percussion instruments and found objects.
Grant holds a PhD in music composition from the Victorian College of the Arts (University of Melbourne). She performs regularly at venues around Melbourne, and is frequently engaged in projects and performances that invite her audience to be part of the process or realisation of an artwork.
The Click Clack Project is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.