This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Amanda Stewart held in our catalogue.
Articles by and about Amanda Stewart
Experimental music has played a huge role in shaping the history of Australian new music. Warren Burt’s comprehensive overview of Australian experimental music from 1963 to 1993 provides enormous insight into the aesthetics, problems and political climate of this time...
Orpheus Remix Awards by Australian Music Centre
When it comes to the notion of opera in Australia today, opinions are hugely diverse. For some, opera continues to hold its place as the ultimate form of musical expression; at the other end of the spectrum, it embodies the essence of music elitism...
Is It All Just Stuff? by Jonathan Marshall
When completing my undergraduate degree at Melbourne University, it often seemed as though I was living through an age of death. Modernism, painting, the novel, Communism – even history, according to some, had apparently ‘ended’ and all we were left with was the unfinished business of ‘real’ history, isolated to little pockets of backwardness, scattered about the globe. Today it seems that some people would now like to put the word ‘genre’ out in the boneyard along with everything else. . .
Works by Amanda Stewart
Amanda Stewart is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:
Collaboration by Amanda Stewart
War poem by Amanda Stewart
Sound and sense by Amanda Stewart
Residue by Amanda Stewart
N.aime by Amanda Stewart
Possessed by sound by Amanda Stewart
The thing of it by Amanda Stewart
The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior by Colin Bright and Amanda Stewart
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Amanda Stewart
CD: Sound and sense / Amanda Stewart. Marking time / by Robert Iolini. War poem ; N.aime / by Amanda Stewart. Talk to sleep: the bottom of the mind / by Gregory Whitehead. Residue / by Amanda Stewart.
CD: The thing of it / by Amanda Stewart Ratsinkafka / by Colin Bright. [Improvisation] / by Amanda Stewart and Rainer Linz. Stalin / by Jas Duke. Black years - red years / by Colin Bright. A brief encounter / by Bernard Heidsieck and Jas Duke. 24 views of an inkstain on t