HRAFN: CONVERSATIONS WITH ODIN, COLLABORATION WITH CHRIS WATSON @ DARK MOFO 2019
Plenty to worship at the altar of Dark Mofo 2019, Review by Hanna Francis, Sydney Morning herald, 18 June 2019.
WIRED OPEN DAY FESTIVAL & THE AGRI(CULTURE) PROJECT, 2017
REALTIME ARTS, 2017
Interview with The Wired Lab Artistic Director Sarah Last
Keith Gallasch, Real Time a national arts journal
Review of outcomes, including ‘agri(culture)’ projects, at Wired Open Day Festival 2017
Neill Overton, Real Time a national arts journal
ABC TV, 2017
ABC NEWs 24 and online featured a story on Cat Jones’s Insecta Delecta The Wired Lab commissioned for the ‘agri(culture)’ project.
KIDS VS ART – FINALIST NATIONAL PODCAST AWARDS, 2017/2018
‘Kids vs Art’ podcast series Finalist for the National Podcast Awards in the ‘Family and Kids’ Category. The Wired Lab commissioned and co-produced this project with Jackson Castigleone of Field Theory artist collective. The project incorporated children from Jugiong Public School and Melbourne
who explored agriculture and contemporary art against the backdrop of rural NSW. Finalist in the 2017 National Podcast Awards, ‘Family and Kids’ Category.
ABC RADIO NATIONAL ‘SOUND PROOF’ PROFILE, 2016
Artistic Director/CEO Sarah Last profiled on ABC Radio Nationals ‘Sound Proof’ program ‘Summer Yak’ series. A “… series in which eminent producers and sonic luminaries from around the world share audio they’re crazy about, and tell us why.” http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/archived/soundproof/sarahlast/7041764
A SELECTION OF ACTIVITIES 2009-2012
SOUTHERN ENCOUNTER, 2012
Curated by Sarah Last, 2012 commission for ‘Kumuwuki’ Regional Arts Australia conference in Goolwa, South Australia.
This project went on to win an unprecedented 2 APRA / AMC Art Music Awards for Excellence in Experimental Practice and Regional Arts.
Documentation on SoundCloud – ‘Echocline’, by Tristan Louth-Robins
SPECIES OF SPACES – 2009 exhibition curated by Ryszard Dabek, WestSpace, Melbourne
Event Details - Exhibition
WIRED OPEN DAY 2009 - double vinyl release Taiga (USA)
This release of the ‘Wired Open Day 2009’ concert including Garry Bradbury, Alan Lamb, Dave Burraston, Oren Ambarchi & Robin Fox was incredibly well received. Read reviews here: Norman Records , TinyMixTapes, BoomKat, RealTime Arts, Volcanic Tongue
ROLLING STOCK project – 2010, curated by Sarah Last
WIRED OPEN DAY 2011