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Audiopollination 79

Sadly the video didn’t work for this audiopollination

Set 1 Diane Roblin/ Jeff Luciani (Drums)/ Jaime Redford (flute, piano, voice)
Set 2 Emjay Wright/ Curtis Whittaker
Set 3 Arnd Jurgensen/ Rebecca Gray
Set 4: Brian Abbot – Guitar / Leslie Ting – Violin / Tomasz Krakowiak – perc.

audio pollination 73 featuring Sonya Holowell

Saturday July 20th: Audiopollination 73 Featuring Sonya Holowell

Come out and enjoy great summer infused improvised collaborations featuring visiting Artist Sonya Holowell (vocal)
$10 – doors at 7:30 – music at 8:00

Set 1: Tiina Kiik (accordian), Paul Newman (sax), Laura Swankey(vocal and effects) and Sonya Holowell
Set 2: Alison Keery (movement) and Sonya Holowell
Set 3: Tomasz Krakowiak (percussion or cello), Brian Abbott (microtonal guitar) and Sonya Holowell
Set 4: Elizabeth Lima (vocal/clarinet), Patrick O’Reilley (guitar and effects) and Sonya Holowell

Sonya Holowell is a vocalist, improviser and writer working across new and experimental genres. She is descended from the Wodi Wodi people of the Dharawal nation, on the south-east coast of NSW, Australia. The contexts for her work are diverse, and she is particularly drawn to interdisciplinary collaboration, placing the voice in unusual positions to create new hybrid forms.
Sonya has performed at numerous festivals for new and experimental music including Sydney Festival, Resonant Bodies Festival, soundSCAPE and Liveworks and has collaborated with
ensembles such as the Song Company, Ensemble Offspring and Australian Art Orchestra. Her work has been shown at venues including the Sydney Opera House, Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art and the National Gallery of Australia. In addition to performing, Sonya is also co-editor and writer for online arts publication ADSR Zine.


Audiopollination spirit of the inner child 2

Night of the inner child part 2

Bea Labikova
Del Stephen
Jeff Sinibaldi
Mira Martin-Gray
Simone Baron
Tomasz Krakowiak

A night celebrating the notion of childlike curiosity, innocence, exploration, and freedom of creative expression. Eight experimental artists from various backgrounds will get together to play four sets of improvised music throughout the evening, in four randomly configured groups of four (so each artist plays twice).

Event art by Del Stephen, curated by Del Stephen

Audiopollination Feb 27 set 1 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

AP Feb 27 Set 2 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

AP Feb 27 set 3 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.