https://ecoartspace.org/ecoconsciousness Aurora Musicalis is one of 80 works selected for an online DIGITAL exhibition ‘Ecoconsciousness ‘. See us on page 11. You can also order a printed catalogue which is gorgeous.
A new album with the unique ‘sounds of space’ recorded from Antarctica is released free (6 May 2020). Aurora Musicalis contains the natural radio ‘sounds’ of our planet, recorded at British Antarctic Survey’s Halley VI Research Station in Antarctica. The ‘sounds’ are accompanied by original piano music by composer Kim Cunio of the Australian National University, with image processing by Cambridge-based artist-engineer Diana Scarborough. The album …
While I was a visiting artist-engineer at the School of Music at the Australian National University last year, I collaborated with students and staff to create new works, as a catalyst for thinking or debate through performance. Kim Cunio says. ‘We make … inter textual works that do not tell people what to think, but allow them to process the …
‘Sounds of Space’ is on the move… It has been shown in Cambridge, Venice, Jodrell Bank and Canberra and now it can be seen at the An Lanntair Dark Skies Festival in the Outer Hebrides on February 8th. Fancy a Northern Lights experience? http://lanntair.com/events/event/creativity-curiosity-film-programme/?fbclid=IwAR1tmdfMLhORKeIIcCS1qwVA_XaE_5EGUJ5qkG6NSMG5MSStEH4u9ASe5Mo
Working in collaboration with a bio-nanoscientist, a textile archaeologist and a leading composer is inspirational. Interwoven- Video installation with audio, found footage, textiles and text The Earth Cries Out- Soundscape with postcard animation Zagreb Water- A looped projection in a chiaroscuro style
Meet us at Mission Control at the Blue Dot Festival on July 19th for our talk on ‘Sounds of Space’ Talk – Where? – DotTalks | Mission Control |BlueDot Digital |Jodrell Bank Observatory https://www.discoverthebluedot.com/profile/panel:-sounds-of-space
TwinSed is an international collaboration between myself, Diana Scarborough (Cambridge, UK) and Ilse van den Berk (Delft, Netherlands) which began in April 2013 and is still going. http://www.twinsed.com The project name is derived from Twin (meaning double) and Sed (from sedimentary layering). On the 15th of each month, Van den Berk and Scarborough send 10 postcards to each other; five …
I have been awarded an art bursary to help fund my trip to Oz to develop ‘Sounds of Space’ and other projects Down Under. Exciting! ArtistBursaries #anArtistBursaries2019 #ValuingArtists or for more go to A-N Artist news on Twitter @an_artnews, Facebook @ANartistsinfo, Instagram @anartistsinfo