Excerpt of Ros Bandt and Albert Mishriki performance

Excerpt of Ros Bandt & Albert Mishriki performance at the the Found Sound launch on January 28th, 2009.

About Ros and Albert:

DR ROS BANDT is an internationally acclaimed sound artist, composer, researcher and scholar. Since 1977, she has pioneered interactive sound installations, sound sculptures, and created sound playgrounds, spatial music systems and some 40 sound installations worldwide. She has curated many sound performances, exhibitions and events. She is an honorary senior research fellow at the Australian Centre, Melbourne University, where she directs The Australian Sound Design Project, the first online searchable sound art database in Australia (see http://www.rosbandt.com/)

ALBERT MISHRIKI is an artist and sound designer who builds sound sculptures and creates musical compositions featuring flutes, guitars, synthesisers, harps, kitchen junk, bicycle bits, bells, pieces of cars, springs, plastic pipes and umbrellas. He regularly collaborates with Ben Bourke on the music project Howling Mound (www.myspace.com/howlingmound), has worked as a sound designer on various theatre and dance productions and recently completed his BA (Sound Design) at the Victorian College of the Arts.

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