Audio Foundation presents; Works for Loudspeakers @ AF – 20/10/2016


It is with great pleasure that we continue our run of Auckland-side presentations of the Wellington-based Works for Loudspeakers programme.

Please join us on Thursday 20 October for the third event in this series, where two WFLS programmes will be presented with a short intermission.

Please see the programme below:


No. 5 (Spring, 2015)
Marlea Black: Convolutions, 2’59”
Marlea Black: Ratios,2’51”
Stephanie Engelbrecht: Room 303, 9’33”
Virginia Kennard: a little bit of lunacy this evening, 4’24”
Marika Pratley: Stuck, 4’01”
Madison van Staden: MoRe Power, 4’32”
Flo Wilson: Breath/Beat, 6’19”

No. 6 (Summer, 2016)
Amy Barnett: Untitled, 3’20”
Cory Champion: Glass Act, 3’52”
Graham Frost: Untitled, 5’59”
Flinn Gendall: Takeoff, 4’38”
Voronoi: After_X_v2, 10’36”
Tyrone MacKintosh: Urban Pseudo Sophisticates, 6’28”
Jason Wright: interlude/interrupt/impulse, 7’10”


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, and Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery.

The complete WFLS online archive can be accessed here –


Thursday 20 October @ Audio Foundation, 7pm
free // koha