Work on a collaborative group project with Human in the Wire artist Miguel Olmo using everyday devices and learn how to create sound art and its origins. The workshop will teach you about the early history of sound art and you will learn how images and words can manipulate sound, using software to create a new form of art. The final collaborative work will be presented in the final week of the exhibition and uploaded to the Human in the Wire webpage.
Make a day of it and stay to watch Tully Arnot's Tech Demo at 1:30pm, and Miguel Olmo’s Limina Sound Art performance at 2:45pm.
Bookings essential. Participants will need to bring a smart phone to the workshop.
The workshop will take place at Chatswood Library's Creator Space.
About the Artist
Miguel Olmo is a Spanish-Australian contemporary artist working across diverse media including sculpture, photography, video, sound and other two dimensional formats. Olmo often draws from his Spanish heritage and experience living in the diaspora to explore memory, time and ephemerality.
He holds a Masters of Fine Arts from the College of Fine Arts (CoFA - University of NSW) and Bachelor of Visual Arts from Western Sydney University. His work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions in Australia and abroad, and selected for a number of awards including Rookwood Sculpture Walk, Sculpture in the Vineyards, Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, and Fisher’s Ghost Art Award.
His work appears in private and public collections including the Cultural Centre Ramon Alonso Luzzy, Cartagena, Spain. Olmo’s multi-modal practice often leads him to work on diverse projects and roles including education, arts management, and curating.