8pm Wednesday 12 July
Late Night Valentine
Tura New Music in association with Liquid Architecture present Félicia Atkinson.
“A readymade as the migration of one thing to another one’s context, involving a change of status, of genre, of politics. A ceremony as a possible gathering, a community shared moment, a happening, a celebration, a protest.”
Félicia Atkinson (born 1981 in Paris) graduated with Honours from l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris and also studied anthropology and contemporary dance. She is a visual artist, an experimental musician and the co-publisher of the independent imprint Shelter Press/curatorial platform Argument with Bartolomé Sanson. Her works deals mostly with the topics of improvisation, fiction, instant composition, noise, abstraction and poetry.
Félicia’s music is composed of concrete music, asmr voices, electronics, field recordings, improvisation with guitar and piano, abstract distortions and infra basses.
FELICIA ATKINSON [FR]
Félicia Atkinson //
French visual artist and experimental musician who has been composing music under her own name and the moniker Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier since 2004. Co-founder of french publishing / curatorial platform Shelter Press with publisher Bartolomé Sanson.
Félicia has performed in music venues and festivals to museums and temples, this will be her first time in Perth.
Michael Terren //
As a teenager growing up in Bunbury I took an affected sort of pride in my taste for music that almost all my friends hated… excavating the weirdest realms of computer music, musique concrète, noise, and anything contextually audacious.”
Catch Michael on RTRFM’s Difficult Listening.
Tourist Kid //
Described as spacious, leftfield music, often using ASMR, musique concrete and drone, Tourist Kid first began producing music around 2009/2010.
Tourist Kid, aka Rory Glacken, spoke to RTRFM 92.1 about genre-less music: https://rtrfm.com.au/
Liquid Architecture is an Australian organisation for artists working with sound. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.