The Audio Foundation - Events This Month

The Audio Foundation - Events This Month

The Audio Foundation  is an Auckland based organisation that presents and supports the diversity of Aotearoa/NZ practitioners exploring practices relating to experimental music and sound art. These practices span the areas of contemporary art, performance, video and more.

What's going on at The Audio Foundation in May:

Saturday 7 May @ The Audio Foundation, 4PM, koha


A special Vitamin-S show at The Audio Foundation commemorating the closing of the exhibition 'Is This Thing On?' celebrating 20 years of Vitamin-S - the grassroots collective dedicated to improvised music.


Wednesday 11 May @ The Audio Foundation, 5:30pm Neil Feather - Wormholes, Vortices and Loops

Please join us to celebrate the opening of 'Wormholes, Vortices and Loops', a new exhibition by Neil Feather.
Neil Feather is known as an inventor of unusual musical instruments, stochastic machines that use rotary and pendular motion to create surprising music. In 'Wormholes, Vortices and Loops', his first exhibition of drawings in over 40 years, he explores colour and graphic form alongside the presentation of new audio and moving image works.Illuminating the sensations of life in 2022, the most immediate inspirations for Neil’s drawings are custom cars, sea-slugs and nudibranchs, the cosmic horrors of H.P. Lovecraft, Basil Wolverton’s grotesque and surrealistic cartoons, and the apocalyptic psychedelia of Robert Williams. Are these wormholes a representation of everything at once, or perhaps the diagrammed entanglement of the known, the unknown, and the believed?
Devised as musical compositions, Neil’s 'Ball Movie' videos feature erroneous orreries, inside-out planet models that revolve but don’t repeat – mechanical planets as chaos engines – while 'Loop Songs' feature the sounds of antique engines and the sounds of Neil’s invented instruments.

Thursday 12 May @ Whammy Backroom, doors 8:30PM
The Preauricular Pit: Vor-stellen / Fortress Europe & Moonflower / Slitopia
The Audio Foundation uncovers the Preauricular Pit... join as below the earth with...
Improv / experimental group blending motorik guitars and drums with looped, ad-hoc electronic layers producing perforated waves of uncanny earthly sound echo-ing off the fourth wall.
Fortress Europe & Moonflower
A delirious collaboration between Leon Radojkovic of Fortress Europe, and Scott Satherley of Auckland doom juggernauts Demons of Noon, working under the moniker Moonflower. Weaving primal and emotive psychedelic odysseys with an Eastern European twist.

Improvisational synth duo. They like to bend minds with pulsing rhythms and undulating melodies.
Tickets $10 on the door + presales $8+BF from UTR

This gig will be operating under the COVID guidelines and vaccination passports are required for entry. If you are experiencing any symptoms or a close contact – please stay home safe in sound!

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