Space of sound, silence of light: Murray Fredericks, Spike Mason.

Next date: Friday, 21 April 2023 | 06:00 PM

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Join us for an unforgettable experience at the Museum at Inveresk as musician Spike Mason responds to the powerful landscape works of Murray Fredericks in Witness.

The sound of saxophone will add an extra dimension to the experience of Fredericks’ work, allowing interaction between people, light and silence.

First, visitors will explore the exhibition in silence. Then, as sound comes into the space, choose to either stand still, sit still or move around the space, experiencing the works and music in different ways.

As patterns and rhythms come to life, you will have the opportunity to draw, write, and share these with the musician and other participants.


Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk

6pm, Friday 21 April 2023

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Spike Mason describes himself as an ‘improvising musicianer’ (saxophones) and composer. Spike is currently researching a PhD at UTAS on the musical relationship between unrelated cyclic rhythmic patterns and random points of resolution.



  • Friday, 21 April 2023 | 06:00 PM

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