At PICA we recognise that we are situated within the unceded lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We pay our respects and offer our gratitude to Elders past and present, and to those emerging leaders in the community. We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the importance of their care and continued connection to culture, community and Country.

Always was, always will be.

Our foyer is open today 10am–5pm . Our exhibitions are always free.

Delilah Rose, Jeremy Segal

Breathe: A Meditation Soundscape

Breathe: A Meditation Soundscape

Presented by PICA and WAM as part of WAMCon.
Quiet your busy mind, step out the rush, melt into your seat and breathe again.
Sound Artist Jeremy Segal and Singer/Songwriter Delilah Rose team up to take you on a meditative dreamwalk along our Swan River. Sonic patterns from the local environment are applied to synthesised sound to create a diverse world of impressionist textures – lapping waves become undulating pads, chirping insects become interlocking metallophones falling in and out of time whilst you are led on a spoken meditation in surround sound.


Jeremy Segal is a musician, composer, and audio engineer from Perth, Western Australia. He writes and records synth pop music under the name Segue, and has released 2 albums and 2 EPs under this moniker.
Jeremy also produces electronic music under his own name. In 2020 he released Four Footprints, a collection of ambient works that explore environmental process as a basis for composition. Four Footprints was presented in 6-channel surround sound for a live audience at Callaway Auditorium.
Jeremy is currently the bass player in the bands Didion’s Bible and Shy Panther. As a mix engineer and producer he has worked with a number of artists including Buckland, Man Sandal, Turtle Bay Television and Peppermint Showers.
2019 Winner of Best Group at the WA Country Music Awards and nominated for 2018 Best Country Act at the WAM Awards, altcountry singer/songwriter Delilah Rose plays songs from the heart and is described as “a great storyteller” by Triple J’s Nkechi Anele. Drawing from the 70s country rock she grew up on, her lyrics explore life, love, death and our own Wild West whilst her stories are delivered with vulnerability and a glint in her eye.

Oftentimes backed by a dynamic band, she has played festival stages including Boyup Brook Country Music Festival, Fringe World, Nannup Music Festival, Miri Country Music Festival (Malaysia) and play support in Darwin for Troy Cassar-Daley.
Garnering significant national community radio play for her second EP Good Grief!, Delilah Rose sounds like “good honest Sunday afternoon alt twang with a sprinkle of rock n roll” (Jane Hebiton, RTRfm) and a side of flares and big hair.