Peter Blamey is a Sydney-based artist. His work investigates the relationships between people, technologies and their environments, often by exploring their related energies and residues. Peter's practice is typically grass roots and frequently involves establishing interactions between disparate everyday materials in order to produce performances, installations and other artworks that question accepted notions of connectivity, variability and usefulness.
Caitlin Franzmann is a Brisbane-based artist who explores contemporary art’s potential to instigate change by way of critical listening, dialogue and self-empowerment. In reaction to the fast pace and sensory overstimulation of contemporary urban life, she creates situations to encourage slowness, mindful contemplation, and social interaction in both galleries and public spaces. These situations include conversation-based works and immersive sonic spaces such as wearable listening sculptures, architectural interventions and audiowalks.
Eric Demetriou is a Melbourne based artist who creates work that incites a thrill-seeking experience flirting with trouble, danger and pleasure, through outcomes of kinetic sound-based sculpture. Eric’s research focuses on connotations of noise being an undesired excess material, with a political economy that anticipates a reception of hostility. While mischievous behaviour functions with a similar anti-aesthetic and necessity for resistance, its reception is much less offensive and often even forgivable.
His work has been generously supported by Harps Australia.