A collection of sonic sculptures created by Quandamooka artist Megan Cope from discarded mining relics, geological samples and piano strings. The sculptures echo their distinctive, haunting song of the endangered yellow-eyed Bush Stone-curlew—a harbinger of death, used here to draw focus to the climate crisis and unsustainable extractive practices.
Friday 21–Sunday 23 January, 12 - 6pm
Friday 21 January, 5pm
Saturday 22 + Sunday 23 January, 1pm + 4.30pm
Instruments designed by Megan Cope and Hoshio Shinohara
Musical Director, Isha Ram Das
Courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane
Curated by Emma Pike
Venue supported by Du Cane Brewing
Masks required: Yes
TasGov COVID Safe capacity: 150
Mona Foma capacity: 75
This is an indoor venue with fresh air circulating.
Attendance time is determined by you. Most people will visit at performance times, but you can also experience the installation during opening hours with a surround soundtrack.