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WIRED Open Day

October 31 2009

This in-situ concert showcased the residency activities of The WIRED Lab to date and profiled the sonic capacities and range of applications of the Wires. Wired Open Day included a demonstration of the wires by Alan Lamb, David Burraston and Sarah Last, with performances from dusk to nightfall by Alan Lamb, Garry Bradbury, David Burraston, Oren Ambarchi, and Robin Fox. Wired Open day was so successful it is now slated to be a biennial event, with the next Open Day scheduled for October 2011.

A range of Wired Open Day blog posts an be found here.

alan bow (SAM)

Photo by Sueanne Matthews

Wired Open Day was supported by Australia Council for the Arts, Arts NSW, Cootamundra Creative Arts and Cultural Centre, Decode Media, Cootamundra Shire Council, Wombat Trax Audio, The Riverina Co-op, Noyzelab, Retrovox and Charles Sturt University Winery.