Bodytok Quintet
A sonicsfromscratch production

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Luke slap (1)

Bodytok Quintet

ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION

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DATES & TIMES

16 January - 28 February 2016

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

This innovative video and sound installation features performances of the unique sounds people can produce using only their bodies.

Initiated in 2005 by Auckland-based artist Phil Dadson, the Bodytok project is an ongoing project recording unique sounds produced with the body only, by people of all cultures, of all ages and from all spheres of life.

The Bodytok Human Instrument Archive is a ‘sonicsfromscratch’ project by artist/musician Phil Dadson with interactive software design by James Charlton, new-media artist and Senior Lecturer in Creative Technologies at AUT University, Auckland.

 The exhibition is proudly supported by:
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DATES & TIMES

16 January - 28 February 2016

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

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