Mastered by me at the studio in Alexandria, props to yoni for a stella job recording
Once again I have been involved in organising the NOW now Festival 2017 for more information go to our website http://www.thenownow.net/
Congratulations to Zanny Begg and the Choir of Love. 1001 Nights in Fairfield is the 2016 winner of the Incinerator Art for Social Change Award, Melbourne, was a finalist for the LICHTER Art Award, Frankfurt, selected for the Melbourne International Film Festival; the Antenna Documentary Film Festival; chosen by Werner Herzog for the Rogue Film School, Munich, shortlisted for the Blake Prize (selected for the touring exhibition), Highly Commended Whyalla Art Prize South Australia and exhibited at Fairfield City Museum and Gallery, Sydney.
The film was produced through a residency at Powerhouse Youth Theatre, Fairfield in partnership with STARTTS (Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors). It was presented as part of the visual arts project Little Baghdad, in July 2015. Zanny Begg lives in Fairfield and worked with the Choir of Love for 12-months.
Music by The Choir of Love and Martin Al Summary
Camera: Josh Heath
Assistant Camera: William Robertson
Audio: Jon Hunter
Hair and Make Up: Wassan
Available now through Chapter Music
Mastered By Jon Hunter at Magnetic Recording Council Studios, Alexandria
The Holy Soul Fortean Times is out now Mastered by Jon Hunter at Magnetic Recording Council Studio, Alexndria – also guitars and one of the songs by me
I have contributed the sound and music for a new film by Zanny Begg about the utopian architectural happenings of Dante Bini. It will be presented as a part of:
Ground Work: From the Archives Up
October 1–12, 2015
Gaffa Gallery and Sydney city spaces
The New Landscapes Institute presents “Groundwork: From the Archives Up” bringing together the forgotten and unknown history of the city with new experimental art and architecture. It includes a 2-week public program of exhibitions, discussions, walks, urban interventions and temporary architecture. Artists and architects have created contemporary responses to the historical material uncovered in the architecture archives of Sydney.
In the exhibition a selection of ephemera such as maps, plans and photographs are uniquely displayed alongside new video, sound and installation work. The public program “Groundwork: Reloaded” brings the exhibition ideas outside of the gallery onto the streets and waterfronts and invites the audience to become participants in a variety of playful and thought provoking environments. Curated by Joni Taylor and the New Landscapes Institute and includes new work by Zanny Begg, Vanessa Berry, Future Method Studio with Alvaro Carrillo and Carmen Blanco, Heidi Axelsen and Hugo Moline, and Sara Breen Lovett
Photograph by Max Dupain of the Binishell construction, 1974.
High is Out today!
I recorded and mixed this beauty.
Credit also due to Owen Penglis and Damo for a bit of the recording and of Mikey Young for the Mastering
I did the audio for this film by Zanny Begg and The Choir of Love. Here is a preview
I recorded and mixed this new record for Royal Headache. Props to Owen Penglis and Damian Sawyers who did a bit of recording as well. Mastered by Mikey Young