A commission for the ARTLANDS Dubbo festival, these audio field recordings of Box Gum Grassy Woodlands – an endangered habitat endemic throughout much of South Eastern Australia, invites you to close your eyes and listen …ARTLANDS, 27th-30th of October 2016 Commissioned for the ARTLANDS Dubbo festival and projected to tour nationally in 2017/18.
An all ages open-air event held from late afternoon into the evening, the 2017 ‘ is a celebration of place incorporating landscape, community, art, theatre, an evening concert, fantastic food and beverages.
Local produce will also a feature of this year’s festival with food and drinks provided by outstanding local producers such as ‘the ‘agri(culture)’ project’ ‘agri(culture)’ is a participatory landscape-scale and omni-sensorial exploration of rural and agricultural phenomena with regional and metropolitan audiences.
Immersive, experiential, edible and visually striking this work interrogates an insectivorous farming future to meet the protein needs of our increasing populations.
This site based installation and audio work investigates the reality of darkness being integral to all forms of life, with humans sandwiched between literal darkness above and beneath us.
It is a small but very charming historic village that was originally named 'One Tree Hill' and shows on a map dating back to 1834 - the name wasn't changed until 1876 when the first Post Office was built.
There are a large number of historic buildings, including the Imperial Hotel (1878), St Peter's Church of England (1874), The Manor House, built by John Fairfax in 1876 and the Toll Keepers Cottage (1849).
Some of the Historic buildings are now beautiful 1st class accommodation facilities and combined with their fine food and our other restaurants this makes staying in Mount Victoria another must for your 'Top of the Mountains' adventure The Great Train Weekend is a very enjoyable and affordable weekend held in a village where you step back in time to the last authentic 19th Century village in the Blue Mountains - Mount Victoria the crossroads of the Blue Mountains.
The village is now heritage listed and hosts a number of historic buildings.
THE WIRED LAB is an artist led organisation evolving interdisciplinary art practices in rural Australia.
We create opportunities for the research, production and presentation of projects that connect international and local artists with communities in new ways.
Our 1st artist-in-residence for 2016 is Tim Shaw, an internationally acclaimed UK based artist, musician and sound designer. D Burraston – This is a brief post of an experimental recording of rainfall on the newly constructed Flying V wires (43 minute excerpt – 24-4-2010).