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Electricity and the Bouzouki – Revisited

So I thought it was about time I wrote about this again because some further thoughts have been stewing in my mind since I first ranted about the topic five years ago. Basically what I said was that I didn’t like … Continue reading

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The Invention of Drama – Sound Installation, 2013

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Exhibited @ Constance ARI, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 2013 Installation medium: Musical Instruments, Rope, Speakers, 3.1 Channel Sound, Micro-Amps.  The Invention of Drama Musical instruments can be people too, in this case a neurotic family of three. Not just any family but … Continue reading

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Jazz Noir for the Mute, 2010

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Jazz Noir for the Mute (2010) was included in my Makeshift Tongue exhibition in 2011 but these digital mock-ups give a better look at the individual images and image sequences. Also a shot from the original installation in 2010 as part of … Continue reading

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Alleyways, 2004

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This series goes all the way back to my first year at art school when I began working with the idea of psychological narratives. On the surface of it the images in Alleyways might not appear psychological at all, shot as they are from … Continue reading

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My solid-body electric Greek bouzouki

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I originally had this made for me by Graham McDonald in Canberra, who can most often be found designing and making mandolins and Irish bouzoukis of various kinds.  At the time he was also making a solid-body electric bouzouki so … Continue reading

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Electricity and the Bouzouki

Some rembetika purists detest the idea of amplifying the bouzouki and whilst I sympathise with them to some extent because I love playing my acoustic trichordo unplugged, there are other occasions when I like to make a lot of noise and an acoustic … Continue reading

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Don’t Move, Don’t Stand Still – Solo Exhibition 2007

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Exhibited @ Entrepot Gallery, Centre for the Art, UTAS, Hobart, Australia, 2007 Don’t Move, Don’t Stand Still This work is about communication and perception, about the contradicted and confused ways in which we sometimes act towards ourselves and other people … Continue reading