• 2° Tight by Ben Koliatis 2° Tight by Ben Koliatis
  • Peter Blamey - The Infra, @ First Draft, Sydney, Australia Peter Blamey - The Infra, @ First Draft, Sydney, Australia

Naturestrip is a supporter of independent Australian art with a focus on sound, that has evolved to fund and assist a variety of projects. We are passionate about the projects we get behind and we aim to make a positive contribution to the ongoing development of the Australian experimental sound landscape.
From 2015 our focus is to provide grants that includes residency support, commissions and artist grants to realise a sound art project. For specific details, you can find out more at SUBMISSIONS.

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  • Submissions

    Naturestrip is excited to launch some opportunities for artists in 2016, with an Artist Grant, a Residency Grant and a Commissioned Work Grant.
    Currently we are accepting proposals for the naturestrip Artist Grant.
    All have a slightly different potential and focus, so read on to find out more information.

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  • Projects

    In 2016 naturestrip will be supporting Peter Blamey to realise a new radiophonic work in collaboration with Bogong Centre for Sound and Culture. A residency in Bogong during the second half of 2016, will allow Peter to create a long form listening piece based around his practice as a theorist, sculptor and sound artist, responding to the Place and his interest in the way electricity influences our lives.

    Peter Blamey's website
  • News

    WED 20 Apr 2016 630PM - 830PM
    LAB-14, 700 Swanston St, Carlton
    Wheelchair Accesible FREE

    Artist Ben Koliatis will be presenting his work 2' Tight poses the question, “Would our behaviour change if our immediate mortality was personally threatened by climate data and statistics”. In partial answer, Kolaitis has re-constructed a mechanical business necktie – an industrial makeover for the workwear icon that is a symbol of business and politics – and incorporated a robotic function that tightens the necktie in accordance with collected data used to measure current states of global warming.

    Put your neck out for this one

    Exhibition - Mechanical Cognition