Winter Magic – resonantwave

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A Night of Art, Light and Music as part of Winter Magic
27 August
4-10pm
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
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Peachey & Mosig / Tilman Robinson
Rachel Peachey & Paul Mosig are multi-media artists who have been working together for over 15 years around a shared interest in human/environment relationships, using movement, photography, video, sound, sculpture and textiles to document their response to particular landscapes. They currently live and work on the land of the Dharug and Gundungurra people in the Blue Mountains and often travel to make work in different landscapes, sometimes in collaboration with their two children. They recently toured with Ensemble Offspring performing live video accompaniment to new Australian compositions and their video art installations have recently been exhibited at the Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseille, France, Cambridge Artworks Artspace, England and at the SkeiðaráHlaup Performance Festival, Iceland.
Tilman Robinson is a composer, producer and sound designer. He creates maximalist electro-acoustic and dark ambient music drawing on a wide range of genres. Tilman’s diverse output focuses on the psychological impact of dense sound incorporating acousmatics and psychoacoustic principles. Tilman has received major work commissions from genre diverse sources and accolades including nominations for the Melbourne Prize in 2016 & 2019. From 2019-21 he was the Artistic Associate of Australian experimental music group, Speak Percussion. He has released three solo albums including CULTURECIDE on Icelandic label Bedroom Community.
The Blue Mountains Planetary Health Pluriversity is part of Blue Mountains City Council’s Planetary Health Initiative. Find out more here

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