INFORM: CATAPULT Christopher Williams and Johannes Sistermanns

Published by: Guildhouse | 9-Apr-2019
Join Christopher Williams (South Australia) and Johannes Sistermanns (Germany) as they discuss their experiences and learnings together as part of the Catapult mentorship, complemented by a presentation of experimental sounds and atmospheric responses.
Venue: UniSA CityWest, The Crease, Kaurna Building
Address: UniSA CityWest, Hindley street, Fenn Pl, Adelaide, South Australia
Date: Mon 06 May 2019
Time: 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Ticket: FREE for Guildhouse Members, $15 general admission
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Call: 08 84101822
Christopher Williams (SA) is the recipient of the $10,000 Catapult Mentorship. In late April/early May 2019 he will be mentored by internationally renowned artist Johannes Sistermanns (GER). Together they will spend dedicated time in Christopher's personal studio to develop an understanding of the technical application of transducer technology in sound sculpture. Through critical exchange and sharing listening sessions Williams will build on his already strong knowledge and experience within his field of sound art to develop compositional approaches to the design of sound environments and soundscape installation.

Join Williams and Sistermanns as they discuss their experiences and learnings together as part of the Catapult mentorship. This discussion will provide inspirational insight into the mechanics of a mentorship, and will be followed by a 'best practice' session from Guildhouse, crucial for potential 2019 Catapult mentees and mentors. The evening will conclude with a showing of experimental responses from Christopher and Johannes.

Supported by the City of Adelaide. This INFORM event is free to all Guildhouse members and $15 for general public.

Bookings essential.

Location: The Crease: creative research environment: Kaurna Building, Fenn Pl, City West Campus (behind Abbots + Kinney) The Crease is a creative space where researchers can come together to form innovative research collaborations

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