Night Fall

Hi friends, I just wanted to let you know that you still have a few days to see the “Night Fall” installation at the Queensland Museum. It’s up until January 26. This  fascinating and engaging exhibition plays on our perceptions of night and the creatures that inhabit Australia’s nightscapes, especially bats. Australia’s night time biodiversity is fragile and vulnerable. Could our fears of the night feed into this somehow? I contributed Arduino programming assistance to this version of the work by Keith Armstrong and Lawrence English. I love how this installation interprets complex ecological subjects into a simple and evocative vision, and Lawrence’s multi-textured soundscape is full of a myriad of fascinating sounds of biota and natural phenomena. Head up to Level 4, the Invent-ory space at the Queensland Museum.

Find out more here and here.

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