Audio Foundation presents; Works for Loudspeakers @ Te Uru – 4/09/2016

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It is with great pleasure that we can announce a run of Auckland-side presentations of the Wellington-based Works for Loudspeakers programme

This, the second of these events, will take place on Sunday 4th September at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery.

Two WFLS programmes will be presented, the first at 1pm, followed by an intermission, and the second at 3pm.

Please see the programme below:


No. 3 (Autumn, 2015)
Amy Barnett: Spectra Ephemera, 9’23’’
Cory Champion: mouse trappp,5’32’’
Flinn Gendall: Loom, 6’16’’
Tyrone MacKintosh: The Burning Rage Within, 6’23’’
Samin Son: lssn, 14’16’’
Christoper Wratt: Yanagi, 6’18’’

No. 4 (Winter, 2015)
Clay Baxter: approach to kariiiba, 5’05’’
Cory Champion: ponsonby girls, 5’22’’
Flinn Gendall: NazZagbo, 6’43’’
Tyrone Mackintosh: The Burning Rage Within Part 3.1, 4’06’’
Christopher Wratt: Mukade, 2’07’’
Jason Wright: Transmission Through the Vortex to Bernard, 5’16’’ Parmegiani Daniel Zinetti: Murakami, 3’44’’


Works for Loudspeakers began in Wellington in 2014, occurring as quarterly events showcasing sound-based composition submissions.

The aim was to allow composers and artists to share their work, to keep in touch, see what others have been working on, and to have the pieces heard.

Due to the nature of sound-based composition, Works For Loudspeakers also allows an audience to practice close listening.

This series of events shares these aims, and is coordinated in association with AUT’s ST PAUL ST Gallery, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, and Artspace.

Additional events at RM103 Artist-run Gallery, and Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts are in the process of being confirmed.

The complete WFLS online archive can be accessed here –


Sunday 4 September @ Te Uru, 1pm & 3pm
free // koha