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  • Date: Saturday, 1 November 2014, 7:30pm
  • Venue: King St Theatre — Level 1 , 644 King St & cnr Bray St, Newtown, NSW
  • Tickets: Adults: $20 | Children: N/A | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 0413 879 572

Event Details

The “voice” of the data-revolution, new media art and chamber music meet in three Sydney shows.

Allayari Morehshin IRAN New Media Artist
Batt-Rawden Andrew AUSTRALIA Composer
Back Martin USA New Media Artist
Blanton Andrew USA New Media Artist
Carey Benjamin AUSTRALIA Composer
Oliveiro Mark AUSTRALIA
Composer Tramte Dan USA Composer

The DATASLAVES Show is an integrated multi-media performance featuring a duo of Australia’s leading classical musicians emersed in a complex atmosphere of electronic music, moving image and lighting. Highly regarded as “Engaging and Dramatic Classical Music” and “Steam-Punk-Digi-Theatre”, DATASLAVES is part of a revival movement of intermedia art and new-theatricality in concert music. This years series, after a successful run of the FOET EX MACHINA show in the United States, features a new concert music structure – a complex collage of disparate works of varying styles are brought together in a single, seamless, theatrical performance. DATASLAVES is an audio/visual feast; we challenge what you know of art, music and the world wide web. We are all data slaves; you are one of us!

Performers: Andrew Smith (sax) VS Nicholas Russoniello (sax) (Oct 31) Alicia Crossley (recorder) VS Nicholas Russoniello (sax) (Nov 1) Zane Banks (guitar) VS Luke Spicer (viola) (Nov 6)

Featured non-Australian music: Martin Back, Dan Tramte, Andrew Blanton, Morehshin Allayari

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0413 879 572 or by email to mark@o-vation.com.au

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