If- / by Sherre DeLys and John Jacobs. Black water : the poetry of Robert Adamson / by Libby Douglas. Coming storm / by Trevor Brown and Lisa Greenaway.
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|Coming storm||Trevor Brown|
|If — radiophonic music||Sherre DeLys|
|Black water||Libby Douglas|
|Coming storm||Lisa Greenaway|
Duration: 65 min.
Summary: 'If...': This program features the metaphoric imaginings of a young patient at the New Children's Hospital at Westmead in Sydney. Responding to 'what if...' questions, he exemplifies the transformative qualitites of fantasy, empathy and humour. Created in association with a sound/sculpture installation by Joan Grounds and Sherre DeLys sited at the hospital for Australian Perspecta Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Summary: 'Coming storm': From the new series of Earclips, 'Passing Through', a short spoken word performance over a musical soundbed drawing on the coastal environment of the Illawarra region in NSW as a storm approaches.
Acoustic artwork broadcast on ABC Radio National's Sunday Night program, 2 May 2004. CD also includes a reading of the short story of the week.
Summary: 'Black water': The poet Robert Adamson reflects on his life and the Hawkesbury River, NSW, which has been a personal sanctuary and the source of much of his creative inspiration. Libby Douglas and Phillip Ulman spent two days with Robert on the Hawkesbury River recording readings of his work: stories from a life fully lived, and sounds of the river.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
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