On Wednesday 14 November at Old Customs House in Fremantle, West Australian ensemble GreyWing present seven works where the machine is front and centre. Ex Machina explores music made from, and inspired by, machines and the mechanical and deals with juxtapositions and parallels between the musically organic and assertive electronic gestures; creating something with an importance on focus dealing with ethereal yet organic sound.

Works include pioneer in the field Robert Erickson, contemporary Europeans, James Saunders, Peter Ablinger, Joanna Bailie and new works by Camilla Hannan, Lindsay Vickery and Dane Yates.

GreyWing is Kirsten Smith – flutes, Lindsay Vickery – clarinet/saxophone, Melanie Robinson – cello, Jameson Feakes – guitar, Catherine Ashley – harp

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