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Madeleine Flynn, Tim Humphrey & Jenny Hector standing in a grassy field on a cloudy day looking at the camera

Madeleine Flynn, Tim Humphrey & Jenny Hector

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Madeleine Flynn, Tim Humphrey & Jenny Hector:

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DarkQuiet is a new architectural sound and light installation by artists Madeleine Flynn, Tim Humphrey and Jenny Hector, created with the Australasian Dark Sky Alliance, Science Gallery Melbourne, and producer Erin Milne.

Human-generated sound and light impacts heavily on all living creatures. Working in sound/light, our awareness of these ecological impacts creates inherent tension. DarkQuiet embraces this tension and seeks to refocus ways of experiencing the rich complexity and fragility of the world.

DarkQuiet includes an overnight experience for people to attune themselves to the nocturnal, navigating through a field calibrated to heighten our excitement for the subtle.

Premiere: Bundanon Art Museum, November - December 2022. Commissioned by Bundanon and Finding Our Voice.

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In the not-too-distant-future, Finding Our Voice will be able to be experienced digitally, and we will create and share experiences, skills and resources online with diverse audiences and communities. Performance footage, interviews, commentary, insights into creative processes will sit alongside educational resources and activities stimulating participation — deepening musical engagement and equipping people to express their own creativity.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we meet and create, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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