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Liquid Archi­tec­ture

Image by Matthew Hopkins.

Liquid Archi­tec­ture is an Aus­tralian organ­i­sa­tion for artists work­ing with sound. The organisation’s members inves­ti­gate the sounds them­selves, but also the ideas com­mu­ni­cated about, and the mean­ing of, sound and lis­ten­ing.

LA’s pro­gram stages encoun­ters and cre­ates spaces for sonic expe­ri­ence, and crit­i­cal reflec­tion on sonor­ity and sys­tems of sonic affect. To do this, it hosts expe­ri­ences at the inter­sec­tion of con­tem­po­rary art and exper­i­men­tal music, sup­port­ing artists to pro­duce per­for­mances and con­certs, exhi­bi­tions, talks, read­ing groups, work­shops and record­ings in art spaces, music venues and other sites.

Liquid Archi­tec­ture is cura­to­ri­ally driven and its method­ol­ogy embraces research, col­lab­o­ra­tions and imag­i­na­tions. It wants to echo beyond local con­ver­sa­tions, prob­lems, debates and ques­tions, to rever­ber­ate across media and dis­ci­plines, and so to sound out new dis­courses about the audi­ble world, and beyond.

Image by Matthew Hopkins.