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November 9, 2016
The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8)  Exhibition no. 2015.07  Start date 21/11/2015  End date 10/04/2016 Gallery of Modern Art Gallery 3.1 installation view
The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8)
Exhibition no. 2015.07
Start date 21/11/2015
End date 10/04/2016
Gallery of Modern Art
Gallery 3.1
installation view


November 8, 2016

In 2015, my friend Jamie Stewart and I were invited as HEXA by curator José Da Silva to respond to David Lynch’s powerful Factory Photographs as part of the Between Two World’s exhibition at the Gallery Of Modern Art. We had the pleasure to chat to Self Titled Magazine about the record and talk track by track about how the project came together.

14,610 DAYS

July 4, 2016

So, here I am 14,610 days later on this wonderful planet. Please forgive me for a couple of paragraphs of ponderance.

This is a little of what I have been able to glean from my time so far.

The world is full of coalescing plains of possibility. They have differing atmospheres and densities, but all of them are complex, beautiful and uncontrollable. If they are to be meaningful to us, they require persistent investigation and a willingness to desire (and cherish) the incidental. This is what keeps it interesting, and moreover what keeps us interesting.

We have the capacity to do so many things. To make profound changes from the smallest of actions. Many of these require us to be present and are not easy, but in our application to these challenges, vast and deep oceans of experience present themselves to us. This is the richness that feeds us day after day. It’s how we become more than we were yesterday and how we imagine what we might become in the future.


There is nothing more brave (and valuable) than to love and respect those around us.

I am very appreciative to be where I am and fortunate to be loved by people who make my everyday pure magic.

xo to you all.

(ps this photo summurises some of the above)

Brunhild Meyer Ferrari

June 24, 2016

Last year I had the great pleasure to meet and listen to the work of this astounding women, Brunhild Meyer Ferrari. She is a true inspiration. She also very kindly wrote the liner notes for my Approaching Nothing edition.


June 24, 2016

Approaching Nothing, a homage of sorts to Luc Ferrari’s Presque Rien and an exercise in Relational Listening now available through Baskaru.

BNE 2016

June 22, 2016

BNE 2016, care of Bryan Spencer.


May 18, 2016

Approaching Nothing…

In the late 1960s, French composer Luc Ferrari and his wonderful partner in crime Brunhild Ferrari visited Vela Luka on the island of Korcula. It was a fruitful summer and from this time the legendary composition ‘Presque Rien’ was born.

In 2012, my dear friends Petar Milat, Leila Topic and I were discussing this piece. Petar, whose family hails from the island, suggested a commission for me to visit Vela Luka and make a ‘response’ of sorts to Mr. Ferrari’s work. Arriving in early autumn 2013, I decided to approach the ‘nothingness’ of Luc’s ideas and capture Vela Luka on the brink of the next season almost 50 years after his recordings were made.

I found the last cicada begging for sun and discovered the wonderful and unique accents of the local people. I heard those same motor boats pushing out to sea carrying local fishermen to their daily rituals in the sea. It was one of the most enjoyable recording trips I have had experience in a great many years. It also was the first chance I had to deeply explore my theoretical framework of relational listening, which is the foundation of the method by which these recordings was made.

Upon listening my Approaching Nothing composition, Brunhild Ferrari kindly wrote me a note “I was deeply touched when I listened to the piece, it had such atmosphere. Their were sounds I could recognize and I could essentially smell that special place once again. My memory was consumed with everything about Vela Luka.” It was a beautiful reminder to me of the power of sound and how it resonates across time.

It’s with great pleasure I announce the release of this piece on the fine French imprint Baskaru. My thanks to Traianos Pakioufakis for his amazing design and to Eric at the label for all his support and energies. Special thanks toPetar Milat, Leila Topic and Brunhild Ferrari without whom the piece would not have come to pass.


May 15, 2016



May 15, 2016


April 21, 2016

Relational Listening and Viento diffused in full. At Brown University this month.

April 21, 2016

Viento, diffused in full. 

The Museum of Human Achievement, Tuesday April 26

Obsolete Future + Antumbrae Intermedia Events Info Page Present //

Lawrence English AUS
Alex Keller and Sean O’Neill TX
Rick & Tara Reed TX/UK
Ommmg TX
Thor & Friends TX

April 10, 2016

Goodbye Dear Tony, thanks for everything.

April 8, 2016

Raise me to hell.

April 7, 2016

Plutonium. quiet density.

March 15, 2016

Whitewater for black hearts.

January 13, 2016

The Haunting Of Crows

January 12, 2016

Degrees & Dimensions 

January 12, 2016

Incidental Los Angeles (radiation edition) September 2015

December 19, 2015

Archival photos from Inmute at the Onasis Centre. A live score to Sergei Eisenstein’s Strike.