Long Street – Moses Mabhida – South Beach was a live quadraphonic electronic music performance using found sound. It was part my participation in TIME_FRAME Durban. It was an international and interdisciplinary collaboration between dala and NIMk (funded by Mondriaan Foundation) focused on new media art and the intersection of people, and public space in the context of the World Cup.
Orbit, Fluouresce, Decay was a live quadraphonic electronic music performance using found sound.
Early in 2009 I was invited by Vaughn Sadie to consider some kind of a sound intervention for his upcoming solo show, Situation. It was a strange request, Sadie’s principle medium is light – quite removed from the physicality of sound. Sound and light are complementary, to be sure, but not related. You can’t make a recording of light without some intermediary to make it possible.
a city was an installation made together with Rike Sitas as part of the Young Artists Project (YAP) in 2004.
NSA Gallery, Durban, October 2004.
Durban Art Gallery, Durban, 2005.
Prog:Me, Rio De Janerio, 2005.
In ‘a city’ are expressed the moods within the changing, throbbing, thriving cities. The artists have been successful in creating a process of re-imagining the city and themselves in the spaces. The work is free of the tired clichéd issues surrounding and weighing down most conceptual installation art. Instead, the artists appear to be creating something purely for their enjoyment and that of the viewers.
Together with Dan Sheldon (Trumpet) we performed a selection of his new musical ideas, plus two songs from the album (Work and Frond) Brendon and I had worked on together to make a unique live version.
Brendon Bussy – Mandolin, Audiomulch, Tape, Bits
Dean Henning – Audiomulch, Effects
Dan Sheldon – Trumpet