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In February this year Small Voices Louder had its debut season at the Perth International Arts Festival 2017. Part 1 was held in the rehearsal room of the State Theatre.

Each week 2 tracks from Small Voices were released online through the PIAF Soundcloud page. A public presentation of the tracks was heard via the giant megaphone installations in the State Theatre Foyer and Rio Tinto Foyer. they were also broadcast at the Perth International Film Festival before each nightly movie.


Small Voices Louder is a platform for children’s voices: the innocent, humorous, insightful, honest, confused and critical.
It occurs in two parts, an empowering and thought-provoking experience for children, and an insightful and revealing sound experience for adults.

Part 1: For Children
Children explore and contribute to an installed space of 8 stations connected together with lines of string to follow. They self-navigate the space, gaining a sense of familiarity and ownership while discovering a child-sized world of cubbies, cupboards, megaphones and big questions.
They lie under fish and explain the difference between adults and children.
They call a dinosaur and explain what the world looks like.

Their big, deep and honest answers are captured via integrated microphones in tin cans, telephones etc.

The recordings are transformed into an audio collage of children’s voices for Part 2.

Part 2: For Everyone

The recorded children's voices are edited and auditioned for clarity. The answers and conversations from each tent are then given their own story. Interwoven with an instrumental wallpaper and presented for broadcast and public listening. These pieces were originally broadcast on ABC Radio (Goulburn Murray) Breakfast.


I began this project with Alex Desebrock of Maybe () Together, as Professional Development. It was my first job, along side three other incredibly talented sound artists and designers. It was a massive learning curve and I am very grateful to have been invited. I was subsequently brought in as Sound Designer for this incredible project. 
Check it out here and other Maybe ( ) Together projects.

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Can You See What We See


Can You See What We See


 

Can You See What We See

Can You See What We See? is an interdisciplinary walking tour inviting you to see your town from a traveller’s perspective. Inspired by Alain de Botton’s The Art of Travel this experience will encourage you to walk slower, think deeper and engage in your environment in ways you never expected.

Renae Shadler & Collaborators responded to Gippsland Arts Festival 2015 theme -‘Swap’,  by creating a series of bespoke walking tours engaging with the region’s six local shires. They invited audiences on a tour performed and co-created by artists from their neighbouring shire (the travelers). Can You See What We See? makes the familiar unfamiliar by investigating our relationship to place, time and those around us through the context of travel.During the tour you will experience audio works, video installations and participatory activities that encourage you to experience Launceston through fresh eyes. Can You See What We See? will bring Renae Shadler and Collaborators together with local artists to create this one-of-a-kind experience.

 
 

San Remo

 

Drouin

 

Yarrum

 

Junction Arts Festival

I am very excited to be brought on board for the Junction Arts iteration of this project. I will be creating the soundscape for three pieces in this work. Thanks to Robert D. Jordan and of course Renae for the opportunity.