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DarkQuiet Open Studio

Too bright. Too loud. Noise and the glare of spectacle are overwhelming for human and non-human alike. DarkQuiet seeks to refocus ways of experiencing the rich complexity and fragility of the world. DarkQuiet, an ongoing collective project, presents its iteration for Siteworks via a residency at Bundanon, culminating in an overnight experience for people to attune themselves to the nocturnal on 21 December.

Join the DarkQuiet team for an in-progress artist talk as the work is developed for the Bundanon environment.

DarkQuiet is artists Madeleine Flynn, Jenny Hector and Tim Humphrey, with producer Erin Milne (Bureau of Works).

They explore principles and practices for new sound/light installations that consider their ecological impacts.

Flynn, Hector and Humphrey are leaders in their fields, creating works that integrate the theatrical, social and public in sound/space/light.

These sessions will begin at 11am. Starting in the Art Museum’s Laboratorium.


Commissioned in partnership with Finding Our Voice, this project has been supported by the Australia Council for the Arts and by Creative Victoria, and is part of Finding Our Voice: a celebration of Australia in Sound.

Finding Our Voice is supported by UKARIA, the Australian Government’s Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, and the following individuals and foundations: Ulrike Klein AO, Berg Family Foundation, The Yulgilbar Foundation, The Aranday Foundation, Playking Foundation and Julie Kantor AO.


Image: Letterbox with Jody Haines

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Free with Art Museum entry.


Laboratorium, Art Museum


These sessions will begin at 11am. Starting in the Art Museum's Laboratorium.

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Dates & Times
08/12/2022 - 08/12/2022 Art Museum, Bundanon
10/12/2022 - 10/12/2022 Art Museum, Bundanon
15/12/2022 - 15/12/2022 Art Museum, Bundanon
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