Relating to Deep Inward Thought Rather Than Intellect; or, This is What I’m Talking About
Megan Alice Clune
Opening 07.01.15 6-8pm
Artist Talks 29.01.15 6-7pm
Taking the word visceral as the starting point, Relating to Deep Inward Thought Rather Than Intellect; or, This Is What I’m Talking About is an immersive installation in which sound is experienced physically first, then intellectually. It is an exploration of how sound is transformed by the listener, and how it, in turn, transforms the listener themselves and the use of the visceral in religious and cultural practices.
Megan Alice Clune is a musician and writer from Sydney, Australia. After graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts, Megan began the biannual publication World's Only, a magazine about contemporary art and music. Since mid-2012 Megan has curated Musical ALASKA, a monthly night of contemporary music at Kings Cross gallery space Alaska Projects. She is also a founding member of the Alaska Orchestra and one half of Tiger Tiger, a collaborative inter-disciplinary project with dancer/choreographer Angela Goh. Megan was awarded an Independent Artist Grant by Marrickville Council in 2013 and a Skills and Arts Development Grant by the Australia Council for the Arts in 2014.