Rachael Dease (WA)
An intimate meditation exploring the algorithm of time lived, and time yet to come. Sink into a hypnotic ritual where old regrets are dismissed and new desires are illuminated. Can we really live every day like it’s our last? And even if we can, what does it mean to do so?
Is this for me? For those wanting to refocus their perspective.
Venue Huzzard Studios
Rachael Dease is a composer and sound artist who has an interdisciplinary approach,often using installation, film or theatre to present my work. Her primary research for the past several years has been two fold – exploring how humans relate to death, it’s ritual and the grief process surrounding; and the ever evolving world of space exploration– using data and technology from various agencies to create scores and soundscapes on which to base new work. Rachael’s artistic practice encompasses the realms of pop culture and art music, theatre and science. Her work with the NASA and ESA audio archives has resulted in a new song cycleFrom a Small Distant World which premiered at AGWA in 2015.
Photos by Matt Sav