Posts Tagged ‘Robin Fox’

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Proof of Concept – Robin Fox Photo Exhibition until mid September

August 6, 2010

30.07.2010—25.09.2010
Gallery 1
ROBIN FOX
PROOF OF CONCEPT

The Proof of Concept series emerges out of Robin Fox’s practice spanning seven years as an audio-visual performance artist exploring the area of synaesthesia via electrical signal equivalence. These explorations focus on the conversion of sounding electricity into visual electricity using oscilloscopes and laser projectors to facilitate the visualisations. The use of both mediums requires that a single light source move with enough speed to create persistence of vision, allowing for the emergence of solid two- and three-dimensional correlates to the sound algorithms. In this series of photographs, sounding algorithms are visualised using laser light and captured using long exposure to allow for the light to trace across the recording medium. The result is a time-distilled snapshot of the sampling space. The photographs represent after-images, slices of time that contain these algorithms, which have their genesis in sound. Displayed in a linear sequence, the photographs are a silent witness to this process.

Centre for Contemporary Photography

404 George Street
Fitzroy
Vic 3065
Australia

T +61 3 9417 1549
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…I think I”ll let the above speak for itself.  Robin Fox is an amazing artist. Go look at his work.

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Liquid Architecture Sound Art Festival, July 2010

June 9, 2010

Liquid Architecture Festival is once more nearly upon us, with its usual diverse range of artists, spaces, media and performance.  This year, the focus seems to be on Australian artists, rather than importing a bunch of intriguing internationals, with just a smattering of imports including Japan’s KK Null.  The festival doesn’t suffer a whit from being more localised, though:  we have an astonishing amount of talent here in our own front, back and side yards.  What better way to get yourself acquainted with some of our most intriguing sonic ambassadors like Robin Fox, Snawklor, Matt Tierney and many more.

This year’s line up is available at the Liquid Architecture website:

and includes the following events:

01.07.2010 – 17.07.2010 Exhibition @ West Space West Space Gallery Melbourne
01.07.2010 – 17.07.2010 ‘constellation’ exhibition with performance interruptions @ Red Gallery, Melbourne Red Gallery Fitzroy North, Melbourne
01.07.2010 Concert One @ 3RRR Melbourne 3RRR Performance Space Brunswick East
02.07.2010 Artist talk by Lionel Marchetti @ West Space West Space Gallery Melbourne
02.07.2010 Concert Two @ 3RRR Melbourne 3RRR Performance Space Brunswick East
06.07.2010 – 17.07.2010 The Sound Playground Exhibition @ fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne fortyfivedownstairs Melbourne
09.07.2010 – 11.07.2010 Chronox installation @ Tape Projects, Melbourne Tape Projects Space Melbourne
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Free Electronix and Film @ Acmi Thursdays till June

April 3, 2009

Synaesthesia @ Late Night Thursdays


Selected Thursdays between 2 April – 18 June 2009 from 6.30pm
Studio 1, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne
Free – limited capacity. Pick up tickets at ACMI Box Office on the day to ensure entry.

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) will present an exciting fusion of sight and sound as part of Late Night Thursday’s program from April to June.

Synaesthesia is a program of free live performances exploring different forms of the moving image, including media art, newly interpreted live film scores and works that draw on sound and film archives. The program will feature intimate showcases from Mink Engine, Outpost Collective, Robin Fox, Abject Leader, the Ang Fang Quartet, Jean Poole with DJ CanCut, Gossip Pop, Paul Robertson and a live collaboration between Qua and Isobel Knowles, all live in Studio 1.

Thur 2 April
Mink Engine Acres of Diamonds DVD launch + Q and A
Thur 9 April
Mink Engine (live performance)
Thur 23 April
Outpost Collective + Robin Fox (live performances)
Thur 7 May
Abject Leader (QLD) (live performance + screening of films)
Thur 14 May
Ang Fang Quartet (live score to The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari)
Thur 4 June
Jean Poole with DJ Cancut + Gossip Pop
Thur 18 June
Qua with Isobel Knowles (live performance) + Paul Robertson (screening)

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Robin Fox’s Laser show @ Toff Tues March 18

March 14, 2008

not much notice about this event, but no less interesting for it.

 I found this on a very worth melbourne blog Experimental Melbourne:

Maximum Arousal Tues Mar 18 – Cor Fuhler (Holland) w/Ambarchi/Avenaim + Robin Fox!


TUESDAY MARCH 18 8.00pm
The Toff – 252 Swanston St. Melbourne
COR FUHLER (Holland)/OREN AMBARCHI/ROBBIE AVENAIM TRIO and ROBIN FOX’S MULTI LASER EXTRAVAGANZAMore than any other instrument, the piano has a sound, a history and a repertoire that can easily overwhelm a player’s individuality. How many times have you seen someone sit down and put his or her fingers to the keyboard only to hear a generic “piano” sound that turns the music into so much sonic whitewash? Dutchman Cor Fuhler seeks to take this classic instrument beyond our usual perceptions to another level entirely, specializing in sustained sounds thru the use of various string stimulators. Fuhler’s playing can evoke a gamelan ensemble, tone generators, percussion and strings with extensive use of electronics, such is the variety of his sounds. Tonight Fuhler will perform in trio with renowned Australian artists Oren Ambarchi & Robbie Avenaim.

Also appearing is Robin Fox in a rare multi-laser performance. A Fox laser show envelops the audience in synchronous sound and light information, the experience resembles a synaesthetic experience where what you hear is also what you see. The same electricity generated to move the speaker cones is sent simultaneously to high-speed motors that deflect the laser light on an x/y axis converting sonic vibration into light movement. Always mindblowing & not to be missed!!!

here’s the original post:

http://exp-melb.blogspot.com/2008/03/maximum-arousal-tues-mar-18-cor-fuhler.html

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