This was a fantastic talk by Vic Semeniuk covering the old beach and dune surfaces visible at Cottesloe. I had not heard of the importance of freshwater seepage in the formation of what I have always assumed were purely wave cut platforms.
Pictured below is a trowel with bubbles formed at the upper end of the swash zone(?). In the pinkish cream areas below the same bubble structures can be seen preserved in limestone. I wish I had been to the talk the night before.
Currently working with audio/visual/performance technical expert Simon Wise to create a 5.5 m x 5.5 m grid of spatial sound. Cusp is an indoor spatial sound piece as part of The Sixth Shore project. We needed a big space and were very lucky to secure a pop-up artist in residence at the blend(er) gallery in Joondalup.
Also on display are some work in progress drawings and prints and a sample of some sound art walking -- ideas and media that I am exploring as part of The Sixth Shore. If you are nearby then pop in for a look at blend(er) Tuesday through to Friday, from 10am to 2pm until Friday 4 May.
(or join us at 10am Friday 27 April for morning tea for an informal talk about the project and artworks).
CUsp is gallery-based spatial sound work. Sound will move through different speakers in a sequence similar to the way waves come up a beach before washing back out into the sea. It will be exhibited in Adaptation (6 May to 10 June at INQB8).
INQB8.mandurah Centre for Contemporary Art
63 Ormsby Terrace
Mandurah, Western Australia