Institute of Modern Art

MONO 41: Lucas Abela and Phantom Chips

Witness the daring work of Lucas Abela (SYD), who uses plate glass and noise electronics and local noise-artist-turned-electronics-experimentalist Phantom Chips (aka Tara Pattenden)

Performing Arts Guide

Event Details

Category

Performing Arts Guide

Event Starts

Jan 20, 2022

Event Ends

Jan 20, 2022

Venue

Institute of Modern Art

Location

420 Brunswick Street

Witness the daring work of Lucas Abela (SYD), who uses plate glass and noise electronics in his legendary performances. Over the past two years Abela has completely reimagined his performance, developing a quadraphonic approach that synchronises with his body resulting in a responsive and embodied aural intensity.

Abela is supported by local noise-artist-turned-electronics-experimentalist Phantom Chips (aka Tara Pattenden). Pattenden’s internationally acclaimed performances use her vast array of handmade instruments and DIY electronics, creating dynamic and unpredictable music that has a language of its own.

For more information and to book visit the IMA website: https://ima.org.au/ima-events/mono-41-lucas-abela-and-phantom-chips/

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