INSTALLATION

Natasha Anderson

























 
 WORKS/EXHIBITIONS


 Containment
 

 Tissue
 

 Revolts of Being
 

 Collaboration Alignment
 

 Revelations
 

 The Stirring
 

 Hidden/Pulse Disturbance
 Pulse Disturbance

 
 



Hidden/Pulse Disturbance
Pulse Disturbance1
 

Pulse Disturbance2

Pulse Disturbance3  

Pulse Disturbance4


Pulse Disturbance 5  
Pulse Disturbance6

 




Audio
stereo gallery documentation of a 4 channel dispersed, multi-speaker set up









Containment
 





Natasha Anderson
Containment
2011
latex, speaker wire, speakers, 4-channel audio, amplifier, multichannel soundcard, laptop
Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne




Audio
stereo version of 4 channel work



Exhibition notes
1. the work
I wanted to make a claustrophobic, entangled environment that implied weight, tensile stress, graft, drag and entropy — an environment that contained constant repetition yet remained also somewhat elusive; the parts shifting in and out of focus as you try to grasp the individual components amongst the whole. Lines of looping, transformed sound shift in relation to one another over time, creating a linear and spatial elasticity ... a machine of both instability and inevitability.

2. artist statement
In 2002 I wrote a Masters thesis focused on confronting classical notions of Western art music as intrinsically incorporeal and transcendent through the prism of Georges Bataille’s concept of the formless. This research still informs, at least in part, a lot of what I make and play.

   

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Tissue
 

Natasha Anderson
Tissue
2007
latex, speaker wire, speakers, audio, amplifier, CD player
Liquid Architecture 8
Carriageworks, Sydney




   

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Revolts of Being
 

Natasha Anderson
Revolts of Being
2003
a six-room site specific work comprising installations, sculpture, video and performance
Fairfield, Melbourne


Notes
This was a large, multimedia work set over six rooms in a sprawling, decaying house in Fairfield, Melbourne. With a floor of unpredictable peaks and troughs (the place needed re-stumping decades ago), navigating this entropic environment was an important part of the event. The audience moved through the various spaces at their will before meeting in the living room for a live music/film performance.

Unfortunately the documentation of this work is mainly on film and slide - and this archive is currently stored in Australia while I am living in Brussels. Until I am able to digitise this material a written description of the works will have to suffice: ... this, of course, is coming soon...

 
 

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Collaboration Alignment
 
   
   
   
 
 

Installation by Natasha Anderson, Louise Curham & Sarah Pirrie
Collaboration Alignment
2005
camera obscura, latex, speaker wire, speakers, audio, amplifier, CD player, detritus, dirt, organic matter, wool, plastic and etc.,
Melbourne

A mix of camera obscura, installations and sculptures

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Revelations
 
   
   

Revelations
A large scale multi-media installation performance for the Organs of the Goldfields Festival
2003
A collaborative production between Natasha Anderson, Robin Fox, Elizabeth Parsons, Sarah Pirrie & Erkki Veltheim
The Mining Exchange, Ballarat, Victoria

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The Stirring

coming soon