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Spring '04 newsletter from the audio foundation.

Thu, 30 Sep 2004

hi folks welcome to the spring '04 newsletter from the audio foundation.

* * * * * A SELECTION OF NEWS AND EVENTS * * * * *

Lines of Flight begins today in Dunedin Meatwaters festival in Wellington went down a treat and was from all accounts very successful. Images can be found at Static Mansion continues in Chch on 4th October Tumbling Strain Series starting in Danger Gallery - AK - over the weekend Audible 3 releasing their new album in installation/performance Oct 16th - AK

Site Changes There is now an images section on the site to document some of the events that have been produced around the country. The site will have a forum on it within the next few months. it would be interesting have a discussion around what constitutes "experimental" in this day and age The aims and objectives have been updated and worth checking out. There is now a section on texts and the links section has been put into a resource link As usual any feedback is welcome...


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