Lisa Lerkenfeldt and Alexandra Spence
19 May 2022
For MONO 42 Melbourne-based Lisa Lerkenfeldt presents A Garden Dissolves Into Black Silk, a work exploring magnetic tape erosion, crumbling textures, and distant melodies of a dissolving world. Also performing her work A veil, the sea is Sydney-based Alexandra Spence. Spence’s piece explores the relationships between bodies and water, real and imaginary landscapes, and sound and ecology.
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