• 25 MARCH 2021

The Urban Forest Ciaran Frame

The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts

$10 - $20

Past Event

The Urban Forest is a sound installation and performative work that situates the audience in a multi-sensory, experiential world, foregrounding and celebrating the diversity of tree species using data on every living tree in the Melbourne CBD.

The durational work, played by musicians of Speak Percussion, aims to shift existing perspectives on Melbourne’s representation of life by creating new and meaningful interpretations of the nature that surrounds our city. Premiering in the David Li Sound Gallery on Thursday 25th March.

Composed by Ciaran Frame, recipient of the David Li Sound Gallery commission for 2021.

Ciaran Frame is a composer and educator based in Melbourne. Having completed his Honours degree at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Ciaran is passionate about cross-disciplinary collaboration and education, working at the intersection of data, technology, and music. His work has been featured and premiered around Australia and internationally, with recent projects including a regional pilot program of synthesiser workshops for young children, as well as making music out of lichen in the Arctic Circle.

The Urban Forest is presented as part of the Tree Story exhibition at Monash University Museum of Art.

  • Dates & Times:

    Select a session

    • Thursday 25 March 2021, 4:00pm

      This session is Auslan interpreted
    • Thursday 25 March 2021, 5:30pm

    • Thursday 25 March 2021, 7:00pm

  • Performance Information

    • Duration:80 minutes
      (Each session consists of two complete continuous cycles of this installation work, audiences can choose to experience all or parts of the session.)

    • Venue:David Li Sound Gallery

    • Age suitability:Suitable for all ages

    • Event warnings:May contain haze and live plant materials.

    • Things to note:*Capacity subject to change in line with government advice.

  • Venue Details

    David Li Sound Gallery:
    The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts,
    48 Exhibition Walk, Clayton 3800

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