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You’re invited to join a sonic celebration in the heart of Southport CBD. Join 30 participants from the community, each donning a set of handbells to create monochromatic sound fields. Moving around the CBD, each individual will create a singular sound, letting it expand and stretch out across the space before converging together activating an ambient mass.



Julian Day is an artist, composer, writer and broadcaster.

Day frames sound as a social and civic practice which plays out in performance, installation, text and video. Key projects include Super Critical Mass and An Infinity Room.

As an artist, Day has presented work at Tate Modern, Whitechapel Gallery, Royal Academy of Music, Cafe Oto, MASS MoCA, Jewish Museum, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art, Institute of Modern Art, Artspace and Sydney Opera House. Their work has featured in the California Pacific Triennial, Asia Pacific Triennial and Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art and acquired by Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and Orange County Museum of Art.

Day’s music has been performed by TILT Brass, Decibel, Synergy Percussion, Ensemble Offspring, Australian String Quartet, The Song Company, Lisa Moore and Zubin Kanga for Bang On A Can, MATA, Spitalfields Music Festival, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Metropolis, FutureEverything, MONA FOMA and Liquid Architecture.

As an arts journalist, Day has presented programs and features for BBC and ABC radio, including New Music Up Late, and interviewed such artists as Vito Acconci, Janet Cardiff, Steve Reich, Lydia Lunch, Blixa Bargeld, Laurie Anderson, Ryoji Ikeda, Liza Lim and Pauline Oliveros.

Academically, Day has given presentations at Harvard University, University of California, Los Angeles, New York University and Goldsmiths, University of London and published in various journals. They studied sound and visual arts at Columbia University and University of Oxford and are currently undertaking a PhD at Yale University.

Day lives and works in New York City, London and Sydney.

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Various locations throughoutSouthport CBD QLD 4215

Saturday 06 Jul6:00 PM
All times are QLD AEST

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