Revelation Film Festival 2014

2017  Films

Special Events

Exhibition: Suspended Voices

Commissioned by Revelation with support from the City of Perth
Location: St George’s Cathedral,
38 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Duration: 15min loop
Times: 
July 6th - 8th, 10th & 11th: 9am-11am & 2pm-4pm
9th July: 1pm-3.30pm

Free but gold coin donations at the Cathedral for Perth homeless most welcome.

Suspended Voices is a video projection artwork literally ‘suspended’ within Perth’s historic St George’s Cathedral.  It’s an audiovisual requiem for voices and didgeridoo created by audiovisual artist / musician Roly Skender.

Unlike anything that has been presented in the Cathedral before, Suspended Voices draws from the space it inhabits, including vocal performers from the St George’s Cathedral Consort and the deep didgeridoo of Noongar man Olman Walley.

As a modern requiem, the theme of death pervades. However, the ‘final’ state is not viewed as a conclusion. Borrowing from the musical concept of a ‘suspended’ chord, the work presents death as an in-between state, equal to that preceding life. Subsequently, the state of suspension is also one of potential, representing a cycle of resolving life and suspended death/pre-birth states.

The magnificent St George’s Cathedral provides the perfect canvas for this mesmerising audiovisual installation.

Presented as part of the Invigorate Perth initiative in association with the City of Perth

                     

Exhibition: Suspended Voices banner
  • Director:Roly Skender
  • Year:2017
  • Country:Aus
  • Duration:15min loop
  • Rated:All ages

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