I'll be presenting a paper at the Totally Huge New Music Festival Symposium, which runs this year in association with the launch of the West Australian New Music Archive (WANMA) at the The State Library of WA. The theme is West Australian Art Music Activity: 1970-2014. I was asked to talk about my films No Encore and Three Hams in a Can; my paper considers how the musicians and composers featured in the films "informed the aesthetic, structure and aural strategies of these two documentaries, and how their sounds and music are received, rejected by and interact with the environments in which they are seen and heard."
The WANMA launch is on Wednesday May 20; the symposium will run on Thursday May 21 at The State Library of WA. The keynote speakers are Stephen Adams (Australian music producer, ABC Classic FM) and Associate Professor Cat Hope (Project leader, WANMA). Head to the Totally Huge website for all the details. Registrations here.