26 May 2005
Scott Sinclair in Wollongong, Australia.
An evening of audio visual performance.
Thursday 26th May
University Of Wollongong
Entry is $5.
1/4_inch is an exciting and evocative performance evening catering to sound
and visual artists embracing emerging and current technologies.
Running successfully in Sydney for over two and a half years 1/4_inch was
extended to Wollongong for bi-monthly events by Aaron Hull, co-curator of
the Sydney event and local resident, who recognised the lack of new media
arts initiatives in the Illawarra.
1/4_inch will showcase local, Sydney, interstate and international artists
who are either emerging or established over the next 12 months in Wollongong
and will link with national new media arts festivals for larger shows in
On Thursday the 26th of May from 7:30pm, 1Z4_inch will premiere its first show
with the live works of Brisbane sound artist Scott Sinclair. Other artists
will include UOW staff members Professor Julian Knowles and Greg Schiemer,
Ben Byrne Sydney, and live audio visual out fit P.A. from the Blue
For further information, contact Aaron Hull (ph 4221 3997 or email
Artists bio’s listed below;
Scott Sinclair – an improviser from Brisbane utilising varying combinations
of modified guitar, found objects, feedback loops, digital noise and
Ben Byrne – Sydney based sound artist working largely with surround sound
and lap-top computer
Julian Knowles – a composer and performer, specialising in new and emerging
technologies. His creative work spans the fields of composition for theatre,
dance, film and television, electronic music, sound and new media arts,
popular music and record production. Since the mid 1980s, he has established
himself as a prominent artist in the area of electronic and new music,
achieving significant critical recognition for his performances and
PA – Emerging Blue Mountains artists Phil Williams and Andrew Gaddow perform
a live audio visual feast. Utilising surround sound and multiple projections
the audience is emersed within an audio visual display. Definitely not to be