06 September 2020
A triple bill of solo performances featuring Vanessa Tomlinson, Robin Fox and Lawrence English.
With border closures in place, it’s with a heavy heart we announce that Chris Abrahams won’t be able to join us for MONO: Offsite. (We’ll have him up later on, don’t worry!)
In his place, Brisbane Festival is pleased to announce a triple bill of solo performances featuring Vanessa Tomlinson, Robin Fox and Lawrence English.
Vanessa Tomlinson will extend her Percussion At Dusk studies of deep gong resonation, with an intimate solo piece for tam tam.
Armed with a small modular and a laptop, Robin Fox has prepared for his first solo audio show in almost half a decade for this year’s Brisbane Festival. He doesn’t know what to expect and neither should you.
Lawrence English’s love affair with the Old Museum’s organ has been well documented on numerous recordings including this year’s Lassitude. He will present a special live version of his reductive exercise in minimalist organ manipulation. It’s a world premiere!
Bookings essential: purchase your ticket here.
A percussive artist dedicated to exploring how sound shapes our lives, awakening our ears to new sounds, in new spaces, with the hope that attentive listening will lead to attentive custodianship of place.
An internationally recognised Melbourne based audio-visual artist working across live performance, exhibitions, public art and composition.
Founder of Brisbane-based music label Room40, Lawrence English is well acquainted with building something from nothing.