Sounds, Symbols and Science Performance & Interactive Workshop

16 August, 2014 | FREE EVENT

As a part of National Science Week & Perth Science Festival PICA presents a special live performance of Cat Hope’s newest work The End of Abe Sada by a trio of musicians: Aaron Wyatt, Phil Waldron and Tristen Parr. This 8 minute piece was first performed live by the Australian Bass Orchestra at the opening of the ‘What I See When I Look at Sound’ exhibition- if you missed it this is your chance!

After the performance Aaron Wyatt will lead you in experimenting with your own scores in ‘ScorePlayer’ an iPad app developed by Perth’s Decibel New Music Ensemble. There are two workshop sessions available but places are extremely limited – bookings essential!

  • Artist
  • Aaron Wyatt
  • Location

    Gallery 3 & Education Studio

  • Date & Times

    Saturday 16 August

    1pm – Performance
    1.15 – Workshop 1
    1.45pm – Workshop 2

  • FREE EVENT

    BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
    RSVP to invite@pica.org.au with the subject line ‘SOUNDS SYMBOLS SCIENCE’ or phone: 08 9228 6300

    *Please specify which workshop time you would prefer!*