Don’t miss the Out of Hand exhibition. On now!

An installation of drawing instruments animated by sound, Out of Hand is a collaboration between sound artist, Tom Allum, and Architect, Beth George.

Over the duration of the exhibition, Allum and George will be working with mark-making machines to amass a body of work toward a closing event.

Walking, clashing, entangling, shuddering, looping, and dancing to a vibrational sound score, the implements, made of everyday componentry and found objects, are hypnotic to watch. Like wayward creatures, they are undisciplined.

The machines are not autonomous — while the artists remain at arm’s length from the drawings, both sound inputs and physical infrastructures require recurrent tuning in an unwieldy choreography of senses, bodies and media.

When/ Where

On now until 28 January.

At Old Customs House, 8 Phillimore Street, Walyalup/Fremantle. Special event Jan 26th from 6pm


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