The score for my original work 'The Days When Crows Would Watch Us Play II' (2012) will be exhibited at Drawn From Sound, an exhibit that brings together a variety of Australasian graphic music scores in the first survey of its kind to be held in Western Australia.
Drawn From Sound is curated by Perth composer and sound artist Cat Hope, and will showcase Australian contemporary graphic notation practice in a variety of possible forms – as objects, videos and films, websites, interactive programs or images. Supported by a program of performances and artist talks, Drawn From Sound celebrates the graphic score not only as a valid form of musical notation, but also as a unique source of visual expression.
The exhibit runs until April 12 and, aside from my work, features graphic scores by Philip Brophy (VIC), Percy Grainger (VIC), Lee Harrop (WA) Anita Hustas (VIC), David Kim-Boyle (NSW), Ron Nagorka (VIC), David Young (VIC), Lindsay Vickery (WA), Freya Zinovieff (NSW), and Christopher de Groot (WA). And while you can see my contribution to the evening in this post, its so much bigger at the Sound Spectrum Gallery!