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WHAT IS THE CLICK CLACK PROJECT INC.?

The Click Clack Project is an interabilities sound art organisation that generates high calibre sonic performances, workshops and recordings through the combination of sound artists and musicians of varying abilities. Supported communities include people with an intellectual disability and young people. The Click Clack Project Inc. is being incubated by the Footscray Community Arts Centre, as a part of that organisation's residency program for community development activities from 2011-13. www.footscrayarts.com

 

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WHAT'S ON?

 

 

OCTOBER 2013

 

4-5 OCTOBER

 

In partnership with the Geelong's Courthouse ARTS, Cloverdale Community Centre

And in association with Music Mind and Wellbeing, University of Melbourne

 

DARK LIGHT MEDITATIONS 

 

 

 

 

12 - 13 OCTOBER

 

In partnership with the Melbourne Festival !!!

In partnership with the Footscray Community Arts Centre, Cloverdale Community Centre

And in association with Music Mind and Wellbeing, University of Melbourne

 

THE SONIC FLOCK

 

 

One performer. One audience member. A one-of-a-kind aural experience.

For the opening weekend of the Festival, a gathering of black teepees will congregate in Federation Square’ Atrium space, each big enough for just two people. Within each, a brief work of sonic performance unfolds, a work solely for you – the only other person in the room.

The Sonic Flock is an experiential aural exhibit with a decidedly intimate twist – a free-form, immersive art experiment with a rotating roster of almost 30 local and international performers.??At the end of each of the weekend days, larger scale, more communal performances take place. Saturday features Shadow Tales, performed by Footscray Community Arts Centre’s Amplified Elephants in partnership with theatre company Rawcus, while on Sunday three acclaimed Japanese sound artists feature in Extremities.

Teepee performers Richie Allen, Ros Bandt, Carolyn Connors, Rod Cooper, Dale Gorfinkle, Judith Hamann, Michael Hewes, Miranda Hill, James Hullick, Albert Mishriki, Tim Phillips, Eamon Sprod, Belinda Woods, members of the Amplified Elephants ensemble and members of the Noise Scavengers ensemble

SHADOW TALES

An excursion into the fusion of shadow play by physical performers and synthesized electronic audio. Prepare to be transported.

By RAWCUS Ensemble and the Amplified Elephants.

A 20-minute show

Date: Saturday 12 October

Performance times: 7:30pm, 8:00, 8:30

 

EXTREMITIES

Sonic art at the extremities by some of Japan’s most dynamic audio and audiovisual artists. We welcome these engaging artists to our shores: Masayuki Kawai’s video and audio feedback transformations; Pardon Kimura’s retro audio electronic remappings; and Cal Lyall’s hydro phonic sound worlds.

A 60-minute show

Date: Sunday 13 October

Performance time: 5:00pm

 

Sat 12 Oct

10am – 4pm                   Teepee performances

7.30pm, 8pm, 8.30pm   Shadow Tales (large tent, each performance lasts 20 minutes)

 

Sun 13 Oct

10am – 4pm   Teepee performances

10am – 4pm   Extremities Sound Installation (large tent)

5pm – 6pm     Extremities Concert (large tent)

 

WHERE: All aspects of Sonic Flock will be presented at Federation Square's Atrium space.

 

CHECK OUT THE MELBOURNE FESTIVAL WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS 

 

 

 

 

JULY 2013

 

 

THE NIS

at Footscray Community Arts Centre

 

 

 

THE NIS features performances by The Amplified Elephants and the BOLT Ensemble. This cutting edge multi-media experience employs electro-acoustic sound, interactive screen projections, robotic machines and video featuring performers of varying abilities, to create a highly emotive sensory experience.

 

'THE NIS is a near perfect fusion of contemporary sound and performance art.' artsHub

 

 

 

 

PAST EVENTS

 

 

NOVEMBER 2012

 

 

MONOLITHICA

at FEDERATION SQUARE

 

 

Commissioned by Federation Square, the MONOLITHICA public sonic art intervention is a project comprising of 8 events that have been designed to showcase the talent of sound makers of varying abilities. The project explores notions of public ritual and gathering as acts of community celebration as is typified by the Stone Henge-like speaker Sculptures that frame the outdoor performances in the Upper Square of Federation Square. The notion of outdoor sonic gathering is juxtaposed against four indoor concerts in BMW Edge, highlighting the view that concert culture is a descendant of ancient public rituals. Projects feature the Amplified Elephants (musicians with an intellectual disability), the Noise Scavengers (teen sound artists from Corio) and some of Melbourne’s finest professional sonic adventurers.

  

 

JULY 2012

 

THE GALACTIC EYE

at FOOSTCRAY COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRE

Supported by Footscray Community Arts Centre, The Australia Council for the Arts and Arts Victoria

 

 

 

 

MAY 2012

 

 

THE HOWLING SOUND

at FEDERATION SQUARE!!

Supported by The City of Melbourne

 

THE SPIRIT OF ROCK HAS BEEN REVIVED AS SOUND ART BABY!

 

 

2011

 

VIVISECTIONS

CONCERT 4 of the TERRAINS: JOLT CONCERT SERIES

Presented by JOLT & Footscray Community Arts Centre

 

21 MAY: 7:30 PM

 

Footscray Community Arts Centre: www.footscrayarts.com  

 

BOLT ENSEMBLE

THE AMPLIFIED ELEPHANTS

 

 

 

THE CLICK CLACK PROJECT IS SPONSORED BY:

 

 

 

 

THE CLICK CLACK PROJECT IS PARTNERED BY:

 


 
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