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Saturday 26th Nov, 10am-5pm

PClub-TKO Creative Sound Residency Open Studio

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Pyramid Club-Thomas King Observatory Creative Sound Residency: Immanuel Dannenbring Open Studio

Take an aural peek at the sound experiments of this year's creative sound resident, Immanuel Dannenbring.

Immanuel is a composer and sound artist working in electronic and instrumental music. He has recently returned to Wellington after living in Taiwan for nine years, where he has been actively involved in the music and arts scenes.

Immanuel says "I am drawn to the invisible, inaudible and ephemeral nature of natural phenomena." For the 2022 Creative Sound Residency, Immanuel is exploring the creation of mechanisms for translating astronomy data into sound, using vibrational speakers and resonant metallophones.

Open from 10am to 5pm. At 2pm Immanuel will give a short artist talk, and will then be joined for performances by Glen Downie, Jack Hooker and others.

Free entry.

LOCATION: Thomas King Observatory, Botanic Gardens

Please note: there is no public parking available at Thomas King Observatory. If you require accessible parking please contact NellT@experiencewellington.org.nz before Thursday 24th November.

Unfortunately the TKO building is NOT wheelchair accessible; however the performance will take place partly outside, weather dependant.

Special thanks to Creative NZ for supporting Pyramid Club's programme.

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