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SAVE THE DATE : Wired Open Day, Saturday 3rd May 2014

penny_view_WOD_PROMO croppedSAVE THE DATE for our 3rd Wired Open Day. Now an Autumn event, our biennial event, ‘Wired Open Day’ is a festival showcasing artists who have participated in our annual artist in residence programs. It is an open-air event held from late afternoon into the evening on The Wired Lab site, which is based on a working farm in rural South West NSW.

This years Wired Open Day will feature the ‘(G)Local Frequencies Project’ a landscape scale project exploring frequencies from the subterranean, to the subsonic, the deeply personal, the atmospheric and the astronomical.

Many of the works in ‘(G)Local Frequencies Project’ will include collaborations with local community members and groups, with two of these exciting projects oriented around radio technologies and the ancient tradition(s) of overtone singing. Artists for Wired Open Day will include Joyce Hinterding & David Haines, Public Assembly (Lynda Roberts & Ceri Hann), David Burraston, Garry Bradbury, Sarah Last, and Dean Frenkel with an international guest who is a master in his field.

In early March we will be announcing more artists and will report further on ticketing and event details. In the meantime lock Saturday 3RD May in your diary and read a review of the 2011 ‘Wired Open Day’ HERE. 

Image: TWL canine resident ‘Penny’ looking towards Mount Kosciusko & surrounding ranges, October 2013. Photo by Sarah Last.