Event Eiko Ishibashi and Joe Talia

Eiko Ishibashi and Joe Talia

MONO 44

05 July 2022
6.30–9pm

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

MONO 44 welcomes two international sound artists to the IMA. Eiko Ishibashi is a Japanese composer and musician whose work sprawls across divergent sonic fields. Deeply rooted in a sense of melody and harmony, her solo works are a mesh of textured layers that intertwine to create unexpected and constantly deepening states. Her most recent work was creating the soundtrack for the acclaimed film ‘Drive My Car’ by director Ryusuke Hamaguchi.

Eiko is joined by Melbourne-born, Tokyo-based Joe Talia. In a solo capacity, Talia uses drums and electronics to generate states of intensely textured rhythm. His skills as an improvisor have seen him partner with many ensembles and players including long term partnerships with artists including Oren Ambarchi.

Doors at 6.30pm for a 7pm start:
7:00pm Joe Talia
8:00pm Eiko Ishibashi

*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.
    Special thanks to MESS for supporting Eiko Ishibashi’s visit to Australia.

Image Courtesy of Room40 and Eiko Ishibashi

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