Liquid Architecture and MUMA present: MSHR

When: Thursday 28 November - Sunday 1 December
How much: Various ticket prices - see website for details
More info: Liquid Architecture website

Liquid Architecture use radical music to help us imagine new ways of organising community through ritual, action and language. This week, they’ve teamed up with Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) to welcome American art duo MSHR with a series curated by Debris Facilty.

Originally hailing from Portland, MSHR is the art collective of Birch Cooper and Brenna Murphy. The duo produces installations, sculptures and ritualistic performances that place the human body into a dynamic relationship with sound and light, generating expanded sensory experiences. Their performances revolve around analogue synthesizers and computer music systems of their own design that are played in feedback with lights and movement. The duo insert themselves into the system, sitting in the centre of the array and steering the feedback patterns by shifting sculptural sensors.

The series includes:

Thursday 28 November, 7-8pm
Artist Talk: Emergent Knot Traces
More info here.

Saturday 30 November, 3-5pm
Sound Spaces: MSHR
More info here.

Sunday 1 December, 8pm-12am
MSHR, Xenosine, Romy Seven Fox & Wet Kiss with Sirasith Visuals
More info here.

Image: courtesy of Liquid Architecture