• Symphony of Sloths

    Marika Pratley’s original meditative musical experience features DIY electronics, astro-travel and sloths. Friday 27 & Saturday 28 February.
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  • Ducklingmonster – PINK, PINK, BLUE

    Exhibition of drawings and video works by Ducklingmonster - runs until Saturday 28 February.
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  • Lafidki (Phnom Penh), Tlaotlon, Rosen

    Abstract electronics, noise, multi-layered rhythms, and loopy psychedelia. Friday 6 March, 8pm start.
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  • Musical Electronics Library (MEL)

    A lending library of homemade electronic musical devices – open to the public every Saturday from 12 – 4pm.
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      Events

      A Symphony of Sloths – Friday 27th and Saturday 28th February

      A symphony of slumbering sloths – slowly snoring and circulating solar systems. Marika Pratley’s original meditative musical experience features DIY electronics, astro-travel and sloths. Two evenings, 8pm start, Koha entry.

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      Exhibitions

      Ducklingmonster – PINK, PINK, BLUE

      Exhibition of drawings and video by Ducklingmonster. Taking signal from the pink planet images are refracted, repeated, collected and blasted throughout the gallery. Runs until Saturday 28 February.

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      Library Resources

      Musical Electronics Library (MEL)

      The MEL is a lending library of homemade electronic musical devices based at the Audio Foundation – open to the public every Saturday from 12 – 4pm.

    • Media

      Featured Video – Ducklingmonster

      Click through to visit our YouTube Channel, for the latest videos of performances and events from the Audio Foundation Audio/Visual Library.

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      Calendar

      Upcoming Events

      Date/Time Event
      04/03/2015
      7:00 pm
      The Pop Group w/ Jed Town
      Kings Arms, Auckland
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      About

      The Audio Foundation

      We believe in independent and adventurous visions, creative engagement, and critical enquiry in sound, music, and related practices. The Audio Foundation is a dedicated and professional space to support, promote, and preserve these practices in Aotearoa/NZ.

AFM - independent and adventurous music from the Audio Foundation