"Lower Drawer by Cat Hope, consists purely of coloured lines dictating sustained tones and small pitch bends and glissandi. It’s a quiet and ambiguous piece—always in the process of becoming and never arriving, an intriguing effect that feels intimately linked to the scrolling mechanism of the score which creates a kind of self-contained chaos." Gail Priest, Realtime, read the full article here
an improvised sound project is an exhibition of sound and music in multiple formats which launches pieces by five Australian artists, of which Cat is one. Each artist has designed a work for extended play within PICA's galleries, speculating on what it means to visualise and encounter sound and music today.
Cat will present Abe Sada: Amp Stack, and Abe Sada will perform at the opening on 21 June at 7.30pm.
This project forms part of the 2013 Totally Huge New Music Festival and is presented to coincide with the 2013 International Computer Music Conference.
MuseRuole is a festival dedicated to experimental music and puts contemporary female musicians and performers at its centre. Cat Hope has one of her first ever "compositions" featured, Interfearance, featuring Tristen Parr on cello and Cat on piano. There are some great peices on this stream, including some other beautiful works by Australian artists - worth a visit.
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