Tomoko Momiyama and Joel Stern in conversation at Contemporary Art Tasmania, speaking about the concepts and experience of creating Listening Within the Opacities of our Times and Places at Contemporary Art Tasmania.

Following a month-long residency in lutruwita with Contemporary Art Tasmania, Japanese artist-composer Tomoko Momiyama presented a new collaborative work with Tasmanian artists, musicians and practitioners expanding upon her long-term research into the ethics and aesthetics of listening.

Lisa Campbell-Smith
Joel Stern

Maggie Abraham (percussionist)
Finn Clarke (sound recordist)
Rosie Hastie (lighting assistant)
Georgia Shine (cellist)
Jon Smeathers (AV gallery technician)
Joe Weller (trombonist)
Ursula Woods (filmmaker)

The exhibition and residency was funded by the Australia Japan Foundation and supported by Asialink Arts.

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