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See Hearer Clearer. [8 min.] Mechanised piano, percussion & electronics. 23 October, 2012 at Melbourne Recital Centre. Speak Percussion. Melbourne International Arts Festival.
Sedulur Gamelan. [§, Installation] Mechanical gamelan & electronics. 7 - 21 July, 2012. Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney.
Guild∘Psaltery. (for AP, after LP). [8 min.] Electric guitar & electronics. Thursday 29 March, 2012. Monkey Bar, Melbourne.
The Gift - Redaction and Decontamination. [§, 42 min.] Actor, mechanised piano, control console, wall plotter. Saturday 23 July 2011, 3.30 - 4.30pm. Monash University Museum of Art.
The Execution Protocol (III). [§, Installation] May - July 2011 at Monash University Museum of Art.
Another in Another Dark. [8 min.] Clarinet, viola, ’cello, electronics. February 13, 2011 at Fairfax Theatre. Golden Fur, Robin Fox, Bionics Institute, ANAT/Synapse.
Afterglow: performance art and photography. [§, Installation] 28 January 2011 to 3 April 2011. Monash Gallery of Art
Byzantium. [4 min.] Four choirs, ’cello, double bass, piano, electronics. Texts by W.B. Yeats and Samuel Beckett. December 5, 2010 at Northcote Town Hall. Astra Chamber Music Society.
Aš Šarāţān. [3 min.] Piano, trumpet, electronics. July 1 - July 17, 2010 at Red Gallery, North Fitzroy. Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, Liquid Architecture, New Music Network.
NOTE C. NEW CATHAYSIA AND GONDWANALAND. [§, Lecture and demonstration] Friday 18 June 2010, 8pm. Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington.
The Fatal Score. [§, 50 min.] Soprano, actors, instruments, military band. 3pm, Sunday 16th May, 2010, Cockatoo Island, Sydney, NSW. Biennale of Sydney.
Penalogical Pianology. [§, Installation] May 12 - August 1 2010. Biennale of Sydney.
The Execution Protocol (II). [§, Installation] 6 December 2008 - 28 February 2009. The Institute of Modern Art.
Archival Materials and Catalogue. [§, Installation] 11 September - 16 November 2008. QUT Art Museum.
Piano, Electronics [4 min.] Piano & electronics. February, 2008. Leonardo Music Journal (Vol. 18).
Drum Machine [20 min.] Mechanical drum machine, machine listening & computer controlled mechanised piano. 26 October, 2007 With Neil Kelly and Graeme Leak. Federation Square, Melbourne. Melbourne International Arts Festival.
The Execution Protocol (I). [§, 45 min.] 22 October, 2007, 8:30 — 11:00pm. Melbourne International Arts Festival, National Gallery of Victoria.
Never Forever. [§, 35 min.] Actors, choir, instruments. 28 September, 2007. Art Forum Berlin / Kunstlerhaus Bethanien / House of World Cultures.
Wedding Sentences [8 min.] Choir, Celeste, Organ, Cello, Electronics. 26 May & 27 May, 2007. Lithuanian House, Errol Street, North Melbourne. Astra Chamber Music Society.
Dissident Consonances. [§, 90 min.] Actors, choir, instruments, electronics, film. 26 May & 27 May, 2007. Lithuanian House, Errol Street, North Melbourne. Astra Chamber Music Society.
Futen Rojin Nikki (Extracts). [9 min.] Four organs, harpsichord, four-part choir, electronics. Text Rohan Drape after writing by Junichiro Tanizaki. Unperformed.
A Schema and Historo-Materialist Pro-gnostic [§, Lecture demonstration] Overhead-projector, whiteboard, audio-cassette machine, computer operated piano. Sunday 22 October 2006, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
Untitled, August 2006. [11 min.] Percussion, computer generated sound and computer operator. Unperformed
As Far East as Bemm River. [With Tom Hall. 13 min.] Four instruments, amplified narrator, electronics. Text by Tom Hall and Rohan Drape after writings by Gerald Murnane. December, 2005. Rout Ensemble, London.
CMS-PMI [23 min.] Computer generated image, computer generated sound and computer operator. Text by A. Schoenberg. 29 September, 2005. Articulating Space, Brunswick, Melbourne.
Two Lives in Flux: And Vice Versa. [§, 47 min.] Acoustic theatre for soloists, choirs, folk ensemble, instruments and electronics. Text by Slave Pianos after writings by George Maciunas, Vytautas Landsbergis and colleagues. First performed on September 6, 2004 in Vilnius. Vilnius Festivals.
Untitled, March 2003. [24 min.] Electric guitar, computer operated piano, electronics. 24 March, 2003 Articulating Space, Footscray, Melbourne.
As Far South as Kettering. [With Tom Hall. 13 min.] Four instruments, amplified narrator, electronics. Text by Tom Hall and Rohan Drape after writings by Gerald Murnane. 2 & 5 November, 2002. Rout Ensemble, Cambridge & Dartmouth.
Foreign Knowledge: I Have Made A Heap of All That I Could Find. [§, 40 min.] Documentary monodrama. Soprano, narrator, computer operated piano, electronics. Text by Slave Pianos after writings by Peter Tyndall. 27 September, 2002. Old Court House Building, Ballarat. The Kunstlerhaus Bethanien / The University of Ballarat.
Choir, Piano, Electronics [1 min.] Text by I-Hsuan Lin-chi. 4 & 5 November, 2001. Gasworks Theatre, South Melbourne. Astra Chamber Music Society.
The Strange Voyage of Bas Jan Ader. [§] Hörspiel. Six voices, six instruments, electronics. Text by Slave Pianos after writings by Bas Jan Ader and Donald Crowhurst. 14 & 16 Sunday October, 2001 Klangbrucke, Aachen / Malkasten, Dusseldorf. Neuer Aachener Kunstverein.
The Broccoli Maestro. [§] Chamber opera. Six voices, six instruments, electronics. 22 & 23 June, 2001. North Melbourne Town Hall. Chamber Made Opera.
Layers [8 min.] Electronics. 28 June, 2001. Collingwood, Melbourne. Andrew Byrne.
of dissociation [12 min.] Electronics. Text by Rohan Drape after writings by Stefan Wolpe and Milton Babbitt. 16 April, 2001. Articulating Space, Footscray, Melbourne.
A long tale with many notes. [§] 15 July, 2000. RMIT Gallery, Melbourne.
Aperto. [§] Percussionist, interactive computer display and turntablist. 17 July, 2000. Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
Non-Objective Brass. [§] Five works for Brass Choir. 26 July, 2000. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
Non-Objective Labour. [§] String quartet, computer operated piano. 15 & 19 April, 2000. Baltiyski Dom Theatre, St Petersburg / The Contemporary Music Centre, Moscow. Sergey Kuryokhin International Music Festival.
The Compromised Economy of Desire and Fear. [§] 26 February, 2000. The Public Office Carpark, Melbourne China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles.
¡¡Emancipate the Dissonance!!. [§] 2,4 & 9 December, 1999. Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York.
Percussion, Piano, Electronics [8 min.] Four percussionists, computer controlled piano, electronics. 10 October, 1999. Northcote Town Hall, Melbourne. Astra Chamber Music Society.
Music of the City. [§] Five works for string quartet and piano. 6 August, 1999. Darren Knight Gallery, Waterloo, Sydney.
An Evening With Slave Pianos. [§, Installation] Four works for computer operated piano. 15 May, 1999. Moore St Gallery, Melbourne.
Slave Pianos (of the Art Cult). [§, Installation] Ten works for computer operated piano. 9 March, 1999. Stills Gallery, Edinburgh.
Recitals of Artist’s Music and Sound Works. [§, Installation] Fifteen works for computer operated piano. November, 1998. Museum Fridericianum, Kassel.
Six Part Choir [4 min.] April, 1997. Trinity College Chapel, Melbourne. Victorian Chamber Singers.
Alto Flute, Bass Clarinet, Cello, Piano [11 min.] 5 October, 1997. Elm Street Hall, North Melbourne. Astra Chamber Music Society
Viola, Cello, Clarinet, Piano [8 min.] May, 1997. Latrobe University, Melbourne. Perihelion Quartet.
Choir, Clarinets, Piano [12 min.] Four part choir, two clarinets and piano. Text by W.B. Yeats. 13 October, 1996. St Mary’s Anglican Church, North Melbourne. Astra Chamber Music Society.