MEGAN ALICE CLUNE //
Megan Alice Clune is a musician, composer and artist based on Gadigal/Wangal country, Sydney, Australia. Her work explores the dynamic relationships between music, technology, the body and temporality through composition, performance and installation. She has presented work and undertaken residencies across Australia, Asia, Europe and North America, including 3331 Arts Chiyoda (TYO), VividLIVE at the Sydney Opera House, Next Wave Festival (MEL), Underbelly Arts Festival (SYD), Performa 15 (NYC) and Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival (MA), and is a lecturer in composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Her recent albums, ‘If You Do’ (2021, Room 40) and 'Digital Auras' (2022, Longform Editions), were released to critical acclaim.
Megan Alice Clune Bandcamp
Julia Dèng Hànzú //
Drawing inspiration from natural sciences, both western and eastern philosophy, my practices lead a post-disciplinary approach, which include but are not limited to the form of sound/music pieces, texts, visual images, multimedia installations. I like writing lyrics like a poem, making soundtracks into films, experimenting as intuitive as animals. Have a mixed background in economics and traditional Chinese music, currently doing a master degree in Design at Goldsmiths.
MARTYN RILEY //
North-London based Sound Artist, Musician & curator, originating from Derbyshire. His Sound Art practise specialises in memory and sound-triggers, by employing a multitude of experimental recording techniques utilizing new and older analogue methods of sound composition. Manipulating sonic landscapes to challenge the listeners perceptions of environment and sound.
For [ADSR]3, Martyn will be playing new material with Julia Deng
Martyn Riley Bandcamp
Tokoro 23 Bandcamp
Film Presentation // 'Blue Waves/Green Waves'
Alexandra Spence is a sound artist and musician living on unceded Wangal land in Sydney, Australia. Through her practice Alex attempts to reimagine the intricate relationships between the listener, the object, and the surrounding environment as a kind of communion or conversation. Her aesthetic favours field recordings, analogue technologies and object interventions. Alex has presented her art and music in Australia, Asia, Europe, and North America including the Vancouver Art Gallery; BBC Radio; Ausland, Berlin; Café Oto, London; EMS, Stockholm; Punkt Festival, Kristiansand; Radiophrenia, Glasgow; Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid; Sound Forms Festival, Hong Kong; MONO, Brisbane; The Substation, Melbourne; Soft Centre, and Liveworks Festival, with Liquid Architecture, Sydney. She has released her music with labels Room40, Longform editions, More Mars (w. MP Hopkins) and Canti Magnetici, and has a forthcoming release with Mappa. (She holds the belief that electricity might actually be magic)
Alexandra’s latest release on Room40, Blue waves, Green waves, is an aqueous offering – “an attempt to connect with this vast watery body - evoking the physical sensation of being in, and with the ocean – sea spray (thick with salt) lashing skin, foamy whitewater evaporating through fingers, inhaling the salty water of a wave, air bubbles hissing past ears as they escape to the surface.” She will be screening the accompanying full-length video, a synthetic abstraction of light moments and water feelings by Rachael Archibald.
Alexandra Spence Bandcamp