Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts
An installation with performances
CUTTINGS was an installation with performances exploring divergent approaches to sculpture and sound by five artists and musicians. Works included a massive latex sound sculpture by Natasha Anderson; rosewood resonant percussive sculptures by Rosemary Joy; an installation and event using hand-made paper forms and wind by Sarah Pirrie; automated kinetic sound sculptures using motors, polystyrene, re-appropriated technology created and performed by Dale Gorfinkel and a percussive soundscape of found objects and ice made and performed by Vanessa Tomlinson.
There was a series of performances throughout the gallery over the two weekends
Artists – Natasha Anderson, Dale Gorfinkel, Rosemary Joy, Sarah Pirrie, Vanessa Tomlinson
This project was supported by the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund.
Vanessa Tomlinson’s work Locating: Music for the Banal was made possible through Civitella Ranieri Followship (Umbria Italy 2011), Clocked Out (supporting by Arts Queensland), Queensland Conservatorium and Griffith University.