Join Christopher Williams on an auditory exploration of the gardens of Carrick Hill.
- Small group led by sound artist Christopher Williams
- 45 minute session
- Entry to the house to see the exhibition The Scattering of Leaves
Christopher Williams is a sound artist and composer working with text-sound composition, soundscape composition, sound installation, and electro-acoustic music. He was an ABC Audio Arts producer (1994-2013) and completed his PhD (UTS) in sound art in 2019. Christopher researched Contemporary Improvised Music at the University of Sydney (1994-1999); and studied Theatre and Drama at the University of New South Wales (1977-1980); and Directing at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (1983), the Australian Opera (1985-1986), and at the Australian Film and Television School (1984-1985). He has lectured in Sound Art and Radio Feature-Making at the University of South Australia.
Christopher has presented works at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin; Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (ZKM), Karlsrühe; Studio für elektroakustische Musik (SEAM), Weimar; Samstag Museum of Art; Soundstream New Music; National Gallery of Victoria; Praxis Artspace, Greenaway Art Gallery; Dianne Tanzer Gallery; Future Space, Royal Institute of Australia; and the Elder Conservatorium of Music. Many of his works have been featured on ABC Radio National and Classic FM. Christopher is a Soundstream New Music Emerging Composer (2019-2020).