Monday, 4 June 2012

Unicorns and Slow Revolution (I am Wild Free and Beautiful Pt2)

“Unicorns and Slow Revolution (I am Wild, Free and Beautiful Part 2)” (7/06/2012-10/06/2012) Video Installation 5mx2mx1.5m (Recycled cardboard, plastic bags, dog hair, rice, mirror, tree bark, 15 min subtitled AV projection, instructions, crayons) Psycho Subtropics 2: Available States at Serial Space, Sydney
Connecting the collective imagination of unicorns to transitions. Blindfolded collaborative drawing confuses the intelligible and unintelligible, it confuses the cis-norm. Intimate interviews are projected within a psychic ritual space – an alchemy for unicorns to emerge. It is the artist’s hope by connecting to the collective unconscious/fantasy/imagination a slow revolution will occur towards natural unintelligible disorder, existence in a simultaneous epoch of all ‘available states.’

Sunday, 3 June 2012

A Walk Walk With The Moon

Slow footsteps chasing ephemeral ecstacy,
Cautious conscious repetition for chance outcomes,
Planetary cycles, rubbish bins, shoes that no longer run
Musical connection in the void where words don’t mean a thing
these steps are my void reality wings
so i walk nowhere.

Free Improvised Music. Free Improvised Walking in search of provoking stimuli. The void connects concentric circles of chance. Architectural voids in undustrial wastelands, the heart void, the head void, the home void, all collapsing into one moment.

 "on the streets - be seen - as artists - as the fabric of culture - a fabric of change - a fabric of life- art walk walking art - walking - art” - Michael Mayhew

Released on vimeo click there: 6th June for Psycho Subtropics at Serial Space, Sydney

or with an alternative soundtrack

Club Sound Witches "Uprok"

Music Video for my new techno jam band, Club Sound Witch.  Filmed in Jalan Lembang, Jakarta, Indonesia

you can buy us from
heres the review:
New primitive ‘techno’ outfit from Matt Earle (Breakdance/Craft Bandits/xNoBBQx et al) and Nicola Morton (Wardenburger): minimalist throbbing electro-threat in the tradition of Vanity Records, Two Daughters, John Fothergill’s United Dairies of-shoot etc with automatic/modulated female vocals over druggy keyboard feedback and waves of lapping electricity: “our synth and drum machines were under water for three days in the Brisbane floods, they were given to us to prevent us from self harming. It gave them a unique sound. Wet, dirty and about to set the building on fire.” – Matt Earle. Another singular Breakdance release.

watch you youtube version here:

Plus we r released now on CD and cassette on Breakdance The Dawn.. for reading this you can get a preview minus track one