The significance of this research is its’ contribution to knowledge about distributed, networked, and participative performance practice and the positive deployment of interruptive processes that examine and exploit its virtues to expose productive insights that go beyond abstract theorisation (Campbell, 2016).
The applied practice-led nature of this research reveals the relevance of the networked sonic realm to a wider interdisciplinary context where our respective and different creative practices reveal trajectories that link public art, experimental radio, architecture, urban mapping, digital design, and visual art.
Reference: Campbell, L. (2016). Lee Campbell’s Tactics of Interruption
6×10 was released August 3, 2017 on Bandcamp.
Annie Morrad (London): saxophones and field recordings
Ian McArthur (Sydney): electronics, guitars, piano, and field recordings