8pm Monday 8th September 2014
Tickets available through The Bakery or at the door.
Club Zho 111 continues at The Bakery with a diverse array of new electronic music. Kynan Tan presents his thought-provoking laptop electronics stylings following on from his recent audiovisual work at PICA, whilst the Western Australian Laptop Orchestra presents new commissioned works by Australian composers Mitchell Mollison, James Paul and Jarryd Bird.
Kynan Tan is an artist who works with digital processes to investigate networks, data transference and relational structures between multiple senses. These works take the form of multi-screen audio-visual performances, installations, 3D-printed sculptures, improvised sound, and kinetic artworks involving electronic circuits, speakers and lights. Kynan has been the recipient a DCA Young People and the Arts Fellowship (2013), Australia Council Artstart grant (2013), and participated in the JUMP Mentorship Program (2012), studying with renowned audio- visual artist Robin Fox. Kynan has performed in Japan, Germany and throughout Australia, including events such as Test Tone (Tokyo), Channels Video Art Festival (Melbourne) and the NOW now Festival of Art (Sydney), and his works have also been exhibited at MOCA, Taipei, Taiwan, NH7 Festival, Pune, India and the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art.
The Western Australian Laptop Orchestra
The West Australian Laptop Orchestra (WALO) is an electroacoustic ensemble, based at The West Australian Academy of Performing Arts, that specialises in presenting new and unique live electronic music. Drawing it’s influence from other successful laptop orchestras from around the world, WALO is interested in forging relationships with arts organisations and live music programs to bring an exciting and diverse range of new ensemble-based electronic music from out of the shadow of academic institutions and into the public eye.
Club Zho 111 is presented by Tura New Music in association with the Bakery.