Event Raja Kirik and Penelope Trappes

Raja Kirik and Penelope Trappes

MONO 43

05 June 2022
6–8.30pm

  • Event Cost:
    $20 Concession $25 waged $50 Solidarity*
  • Registration:

Raja Kirik are an Indonesian duo—Yennu Ariendra and J. Mo’ong Santoso Pribadi—two radical artists who draw on Java’s rich cultural traditions. Their works together explore the sound worlds expanding outward, drawn from their interest in the shamanistic dance traditions associated with Jaranan, an 11th Century Hindu-Buddhist tradition.

They are joined by vocalist, musician, and ethereal soundscaper Penelope Trappes who meshes aspects of ambience, post-classical timbres, and devolved song form to create deeply impressionistic music.

Doors at 6pm for 6.30pm start:
6:30pm Penelope Trappes
7:30pm Raja Kirik

*If you can afford it, consider purchasing a solidarity ticket to provide a ticket to someone with financial limitations who would like to attend. If you are experiencing financial hardship but would like to attend please contact engagement@ima.org.au.

Accessibility:
We are committed to making the IMA accessible to people of all abilities, their families, and carers as well as visitors of different ages and different backgrounds. There is wheelchair access and an accessible toilet with baby changing facilities also located on the ground floor and we welcome guide and support dogs. To find out more contact us at ima@ima.org.au or call 07 3252 5750. Read our access information for visitors here.

  • Partner:

    MONO is a program of experimental sound curated by Lawrence English of Room40.

Image Courtesy of Room40 and Raja Kirik.

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The Institute of Modern Art acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land upon which the IMA now stands, the Jagera, Yuggera, Yugarapul, and Turrbal people. We offer our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the first artists of this country. In the spirit of allyship, the IMA will continue to work with First Nations people to celebrate, support, and present their immense past, present, and future contribution to artistic practice and cultural expression.

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