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Garageworks #3 featuring Cutlery, Low Flung, Nick Wishart & Gillian Kayrooz

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Bankstown Arts Centre

5 Olympic Parade

Bankstown, NSW 2200

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Garageworks is a series of music nights at Bankstown Arts Centre celebrating musicians from the garages and studios of Western Sydney and beyond.

Each event features a diverse cross section of performers from the local community and further afield loosely connected through experimentation across a range of genres.

Line-up:


  • Cutlery

  • Low Flung

  • Nick Wishart

  • Gillian Kayrooz


Doors open 7pm



Cutlery

Cutlery is a new collaboration between Nicola Morton and Del Lumanta. Nicola Morton is an artist who loves playing with machines and finds states of peace in abstract, improvised music and live performance. Del Lumanta is an artist, musician, dj, producer and organiser based in Sydney. They are both facilitators for the All Girl Electronic program in Parramatta.

Low Flung

Low Flung is the long standing audio visual project of artist Danny Wild. His sounds embrace experimentation within the world of ambient, dub, synthesis and abstracted club music. Visually Low Flung explores collage, distortion and the mundane. Low Flung has released a number of cassettes and records through labels Ken Oath Records, Chemical Imbalance, Phinery, Tacky Jack Tapes, Tandem Tapes, Speaker Footage and his own imprint Moontown Records.

Nick Wishart

Nick Wishart is an artist and founding member of Toydeath. Nick adapts and repurposes existing and emerging domestic technologies and intuitive physical interfaces to create new audio visual interfaces. In addition to Nick’s musical composition work he creates unique electronic instruments using circuit bending techniques.

Gillian Kayrooz

Gillian Kayrooz is an emerging artist whose cross disciplinary practice challenges the commercialization of suburbia, culture and tradition in the digital age. Gillian examines sound and video’s potential to appropriate reality into a devised surreal story, revealing the documentary style influences and identity driven origins of her practice.





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Garageworks #4 will be on Friday 30 November 2018.

Please contact romy.caen@cbcity.nsw.gov.au for more information.



Image Credit: Low Flung by Ben Jones

This program is supported by Create NSW

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