Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Sound on Paper
Image: Barbara Bartos and Julie Briggs, Sound on Paper (detail), 2016, gouache on paper.
Sound on Paper presents two projects exploring the apparent dichotomy between visual and audible perception.
During a two-week residency at the Cad Factory in November 2016, Italy based visual artist Barbara Bartos and Narrandera poet Julie Thompson-Briggs have collaborated on an audio-visual interactive project inspired by the Scribbly Gum Moth. Alongside their collaboration, Barbara Bartos continued to develop the Soundscape Instrument, an ongoing project that transformed the sky over the Riverina paddocks into a melody.
Sound on Paper was supported by the Regional Arts Fund through Regional Arts Australia, and in NSW, through Regional Arts NSW.
For more information visit the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery website.