This exhibition offers a different experience every time you walk into the room. Created by award-winning jewellery designer Liesl Hazelton (in collaboration with John Smith), it features installations consisting of deconstructed musical instruments, re-designed to form new objects. The exhibition allows interaction with sounds and visuals via body movement, thus creating a new experience for each participant. Stand in the empty room at the violin installation and a violin-focused soundtrack will engage you. If another person walks over to the trumpet installation, the audio transforms to be violin- and trumpet-focused. Experience in the room is constantly changing and shifting depending on the position of the participants at any given moment.
CURATOR: Rosary Coloma
EXHIBITORS: Liesl Hazelton, in collaboration with John Smith
Meet curator Rosary Coloma and award-winning jewellery designer Liesl Hazelton who in collaboration with John Smith created installations consisting of deconstructed musical instruments, re-designed to form new objects in the exhibition, Lure with bait, strike with chaos, which opened at Gaffa Gallery as part of Sydney Design 2011.
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