Max do we have to use the Cone of Silence? Sound of Reuse group show, Reverse Garbage, Sydney, September, 2008.

3 channel computer generated video text + 7 channel random audio.

The Sound of Reuse utilised the space of Reverse Garbage, an industrial waste reuse centre. The artwork was entirely constructed from recycled material gathered from the centre. At the end of the exhibition the work was pulled apart and its components returned to recycling.

 

 
 
 

from http://soundoffailure.com/

Sound of Re-use (group show)
Opening September 3, 6pm. September 4-13, 2008
Reverse Garbage
8/142 Addison Rd, Marrickville
Curated by Mary Jean Newton


Reverse Garbage has, for the last 30 years, shown what you can creatively do with discards and offcuts that would otherwise be condemned to landfill. Applying the same principle to sound making, these artists have constructed audio installations from junk or using principles of reuse (which will be interspersed amongst the other 'junk').
Some of the artists include:
• Ian Andrews
• Maria Miranda and Norie Neumark, 'Still Breathing'
• Subscape Annex (USA)
• Caroline Huf
• Meeray Ghaly