Presented by Monash University Museum of Art in association with Melbourne Festival
Monash University Museum of Art
REINVENTING THE WHEEL: THE READYMADE CENTURY
One hundred years ago, Marcel Duchamp sent shockwaves through the art world with one devastatingly simple work: an inverted bicycle wheel.
Giving birth to an entire artistic language – the readymade – Duchamp’s conversion of an unadorned everyday object into a figure of high art completely inverted how people considered artistic practice. Suddenly, art was capable of being everywhere and in everything. It was a revolutionary moment in modern art, and the ripples from this epochal shift still resonate today.
With Reinventing the Wheel: The Readymade Century, MUMA pays tribute to a hundred years of readymade art. Bringing together works by over 50 artists – from Duchamp and Man Ray to Andy Warhol and Martin Creed, along with some of Australia’s leading practitioners – this is a one-of-a-kind salute to an idea that continues to define the very nature of contemporary art.
Commissioning Curator Max Delany
In parallel with Reinventing the Wheel, MUMA presents a series of three Saturday afternoon performances by Australian sound artists using found sounds, including Sarah Byrne, Julian Day and Luke Jaaniste, Lawrence English and Joyce Hinterding, and featuring the premiere of a new work for violin and electronics by composer Mary Finsterer.
|Première of a new work by Mary Finsterer for Elizabeth Welsh on amplified violin;
Improvisations by Robert Burke and friends
|Date: Saturday 12 October 2013
Venue: Monash University Museum of Art
Barlines and Beyond – CD release 2017
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SHIFT – CD Release 2017
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Agency in Jazz and Improvisation – Call for Papers
The Australasian Jazz and Improvisation Research Network (AJIRN) is pleased to announce a call for papers/presentations for a 3-day research conference on jazz and improvised music in association with the 2017 Melbourne International Jazz Festival (MIJF).
New Book – Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music
Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music I would like to announce the publication of a … Continue reading New Book – Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music
DDCA & NiTRO Article
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Australian (Australasian) Jazz Research Conference
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Sardinian Liturgy – With Paolo Angeli (Ita) CD Release (2016)
Canto a tenore, a traditional Sardinian folk music can take a bit of getting used … Continue reading Sardinian Liturgy – With Paolo Angeli (Ita) CD Release (2016)
Review – Power of the Idea: The Australian 4 1/2*
Weekend Australian 8 August 2015 Power of the Idea – Robert Burke Jazzhead 4.5 stars With … Continue reading Review – Power of the Idea: The Australian 4 1/2*
Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music
The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University, invites proposals for papers and presentations at Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music, an inter-disciplinary music symposium on Artistic Research in Music.
New Recording: The POWER of the IDEA – July 2014, New York
On the 16th of July 2014 Associate Professor Rob Burke recorded a CD in NY with bassist Mark Helias and Drummer Nasheet Waits; both musicians considered archetypal improvisers on the New York scene.
NOW and THEM – Dec 2014 Shanghai CHINA
Creative thinking stimulates innovation, broadens perspective and encourages critical thinking. It is fundamental to the success of human development and transports ideas beyond their usual realm. It is often overlooked but its absence always noticed.
Recording with pianist Kenny Werner in NY – Released on Jazzhead Aug 2014
In the first week of October (2013) Rob Burke recorded with legendary pianist Kenny Werner. Repertoire included original compositions from Rob Burke, Werner and Paul Grabowsky.