For the first time in its 7 year history, the mostly virtual Audio Foundation has become a
We are lucky enough to have found the most wonderful space in the sub basement of the
Parisian Tie Factory on Myers Park and we now have an office, gallery, library/film room
and venue to complement our online services. So come and join us for a lovely celebratory
launch (early attendance essential as we have a 10 pm noise curfew!)
4 Poynton Terrace (Off Pitt St, or behind St Kevins Arcade)
for a map
Sat May 14th Opening
Gallery: "Big Bang" paintings by Campbell Kneale
Sound: Metal Rouge
Film: Kim Pieters
AF Hub Launch Event
7 pm sharp ( noise curfew at 10 pm)
DJ Rose Quartz
is the solo electronic project from Liam Richardson. A biology student by day, Liam has
been recording ambient electronic music with a focus on cinema for the past two years and
is releasing his debut self-titled EP this month via Sonorous Circle
Empirical are such occasional performers it is fair to wonder if this band really exists.
The realities of it are a number of boxes in a Mt Roskill factory that come out to play
when the stars align and fortune smiles. In the boxes are machines, machines called
shimsaws and playing these machines are two friends - Marcel and Rosy. This is Empirical.
Sign of the Hag
Erica Sklenars and Daniel Beban. Zoetropic / strobophonic duet of adapted spinning
Using old spinning wheels prepared with plastic tabs, contact mics and mirrors, the duo
produce flickering sequences of images and whirling pulses of sound.
Thanks to Creative New Zealand, ASB Trust, Lotteries Heritage and Environment, LIons
Foundation, Placemakers, Resene and all the generous souls who have donated their time,
effort and items towards the Hub!