by Daniel Crooks
"A collaboration between Nat Cursio and Daniel Crooks, at least for a while anyway locates Don Asker, a treasure of Australian dance practice, amongst his ‘other’ life as a farmer. In this imaginatively rendered portrait, Asker’s body is prised open to celebrate the depth of corporeal knowledge encapsulated within one extraordinary human being. Figure and ground coalesce in a work which meditates upon continuity, place and the solubility of identity."
Don Asker - performer
Pete Brundle - sound designer
Genevieve Lacey - recorder player
Visit at least for a while anyway
Listed in category: Body
by Greg Barth
Enter the world of Carré Bleu, an artist and composer who is shaping the music of tomorrow by creating gravity and time defying human instruments.
in this surreal pop mockumentary, Carré Bleu opens up about his exclusive music production methods.
© Copyright Hello play! 2016
Visit The Future of Music360
Music: John Williams playing Agustin Barrios - La Catedral
"Beginning from a deep journey into the creative process and using new tools as a means of experimentation, we've created a video art about nature and its inexhaustible source of inspiration."
Visit NATURAL PROCESS
Listed in category: Audiovisual
by Design I/O
"Funky Forest is an interactive ecosystem where children create trees with their body and then use physical logs to divert the water flowing from the waterfall to the trees to keep them alive. The health of the trees contributes to the overall health of the forest and the types of creatures that inhabit it. Funky Forest is a collaborative space, where children can explore and experiment, setting their own objectives and creating their own stories.
Soundtrack courtesy of: Diederik Idenburg - M-OST - m-ost.nl"
Visit Funky Forest - Singapore Art Museum
Listed in category: Interaction