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September 26, 7:30pm.

$5
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NoizeMaschin!! #87
The Perth Artifactory

Eduardo Cossio + Furchick
Gabbi Fusco (Resident Artist)
Jameson Feakes + Dan O'Connor
Quell
Slinky Dinks
Nate Wood
+ TBC
September 29, 2:00pm.

Free
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iMprov Workshop: Shoshana Rosenberg
Subiaco Arts Centre

Tura New Music's iMprov Workshop Program aims to create a space for regular meetings by those interested in experimental and improvised approaches to making music, regardless of their level of experience, through open sessions and guest-directed programs by acclaimed experimental musicians. Bring your instrument, voice, or anything that makes sound, and join a host of like-minded others towards developing skills in listening and collaboration, whilst enriching your own individual improvised language.

This month guest directed by local musician Shoshana Rosenberg. Please RSVP to josten@tura.com.au.
September 30, 4:30pm.

$10
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Outcome Unknown: York Festival
CWA 154 Avon Tce

Shoshana Rosenberg
Symczycz/Jacobs
B Gosper
Eduardo Cossio & Dan O'Connor
Dane Yates & Talisha Maslin

Presented by Outcome Unknown in association with The York Festival and Tura New Music.
September 30, 5:00pm.

$10
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Limited Hangout 2
Location revealed upon RSVP

Limited Hangout is a site-specific concert series. This concert features a new work by Olivia Davies.
October 2, 7:30pm.

$15/$10
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Robin Fox [VIC]
The Sewing Room

Fox will present a live performance realising works from his latest release ‘A Small Prometheus’ which was developed as a soundtrack to a dance work of the same name co-created with Australian choreographer Stephanie Lake. The work explores themes of combustion and heat dissipating in various physical systems.

Presented by Tura New Music
October 7, 6:30pm.

Free
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Robin Fox Composer Workshop Showings
Subiaco Arts Centre

Showings of collaborations between composers and choreographers as part of this Strut Dance/Tura New Music mentorship project.

Presented by Tura New Music
October 13, 6:00pm.

Free
Unhallowed Arts: The Supposedly Rotten Tissue of the Already-Gone
Artsource: Old Custom's House

Subtle Knife (Siahne Rogers & Shoshana Rosenberg with Josten Myburgh) explores the hidden reciprocity behind processes of Othering. What happens when the monster responds? How do you negotiate a landscape that is not your own? Why does the nightmare of the Other leak into your waking life? Subtle Knife is one part Nick Cave, one part Nick Blinko, and one part Einstürzende Neubauten. It is a noise performance, a costumed ritual, and an invitation to submerge oneself in harshness, darkness and experiences on the exterior of humanity.

Presented by Tone List with the support of SymbioticA and Moana
October 16, 7:30pm.

$5 - $15
Unhallowed Arts: Sage Pbbbt & Dan O'Connor 'lines to' Launch (TL015)
Cool Change Contemporary

Sage Pbbbt & Dan O'Connor
Filth Goddess
The Happy Girls

Presented by Tone List with the support of SymbioticA
October 17, 6:30-9:00pm.

Free
Unhallowed Arts: Total. Everything. All.
Cullity Design Gallery

New multi-channel loudspeaker works by Steve Paraskos & Sam Gillies create an immersive other-space within the chaos that is 'Unfettered'. Investigations of noise, rupture and the severing of a stable experience of site, place and self manifest through dislocated field recordings, distorted archival sound, and dense layering of electroacoustics.

Presented by Tone List with the support of Symbiotica and Moana
October 18, 6:00pm.

Free
Unhallowed Arts: In Strange Solidarity with the Unknown
Artsource: Old Custom's House

Sage Pbbbt's performances queer the practice of invocation by exploring the possibility of solidarity with, and loving-kindness towards, entities known and unknown. Vocalising in response to the experience of possession, they are visceral and confronting as often as they are strangely beautiful and welcoming. Her singing practice takes inspiration from Tuvan and Mongolian overtone singing, Inuit throat singing, sound poetry and an ongoing exploration of extra-normal vocal technique. She also takes influence from industrial musick, trance, and drone; insight meditation practice, urban/industrial shamanism and chaos magick; feminist, queer and trans praxis; and Discordianism.

Presented by Tone List with the support of Symbiotica and Moana
October 21, 4:00pm.

$15/$10
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Inland 18.9: A Coincidence, A Connection Outside, A Connection Inside
The Sewing Room

Alexander Garsden, Erkki Veltheim & Rohan Drape
Aviva Endean
Breaking Waves

Presented by Tura New Music
October 23, 6:45pm.

$31.20
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Asuna 100 Keyboards [JPN]
Art Gallery of Western Australia

In 100 Keyboards, Asuna assembles a machine-orchestra comprised of one hundred humble toy keyboards, coercing them to harmonise, cross-talk and beat in conversation with the performance space’s acoustics. No two performances can be the same.

Presented byThe SUBSTATION, Performance Space, Asialink, hellosQuare & SymbioticA (in association with Tura New Music).
October 31, 7:30pm.

$15/$10
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Disruptive Critters: Alive (Activation)
PS Arts Space

This sonically abstract and texturally rich project features a massive projection and a multi-touch table-top console by The Duckworth Hullick Duo. Real-time computer-generated virtual avatars (or critters) will roam the virtual performance space, responding to sound and movement. The critters, each with their own sound world, become autonomous co-performers in the work, interacting with performers and each other.
Open studio on October 30 and 31 between 10am-4pm.

Presented by Tura New Music
November 14, 7:30pm.

$20/$15/$10
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Ex Machina: GreyWing
Old Customs House, Fremantle

Russolo’s The Art of Noises (1913) proclaimed “we get infinitely more pleasure imagining combinations of the sounds of trolleys, autos and other vehicles, and loud crowds, than listening once more, for instance, to the heroic or pastoral symphonies”. Ex Machina explores music made from, and inspired by, machines and the mechanical. Works include pioneer in the field Robert Erickson, contemporary Europeans, James Saunders, Peter Ablinger, Joanna Bailie and new works by Camilla Hannan, Lindsay Vickery and Dane Yates. Ex Machina deals with juxtapositions and parallels between the musically organic and assertive electronic gestures; creating something with an importance on focus dealing with ethereal yet organic sound.

Presented by Tura New Music