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Richard Francis, Chronic Fatigue Sindrome & Nick Graham

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  • Fri 11 May ’12, 8:00pm – 10:00pm


Audio Foundation, 4 Poynton Terrace, Auckland CBD


All Ages


Audio Foundation

The Audio Foundation presents #1 A Monthly Listening Series
Richard Francis
Chronic Fatigue Sindrome
Nick Graham

The Audio Foundation is proud to announce our inaugural Monthly Listening Series event.

Richard Francis
Richard Francis (b. 1977) is an Auckland based sound artist, active for the past 16 years releasing solo and collaborative records, performing live and producing sound installations. He uses recordings of acoustic and electronic sounds, a tone generator, analogue electronics and computer to make sound works. He has recorded with many artists including Jason Kahn, Francisco Lopez, Bruce Russell, Mattin and has released solo and collaborative albums on a number of labels including Korm Plastics (NL), Monochrome Vision (RU), Scarcelight (USA), Alone At Last (RU) and Last Visible Dog (USA). He has played live concerts in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, Canada, USA, France, Germany and Switzerland. Since 2003, Francis has produced sound installations, participating in group and solo shows at galleries throughout New Zealand including Wall of Sound, Te Tuhi (Auckland); Sonic Museum, Auckland Museum (Auckland); Warmth, ACFA (Auckland); 360, Blue Oyster Gallery (Dunedin); Likes the Outdoors, Ramp Gallery (Hamilton); Audible New Frontiers, The Physics Room (Christchurch); Music For Stairwell, Artspace (Auckland).


Chronic Fatigue Sindrome
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“I'll perform the song 'lost tarkovsky dr who episode one' with bonus extra headaches. It's bout 20 mins”


Nick Graham
Using a combination of mixer feedback, guitar and hacked electronics, my work plays with the cancellation and augmentation of tones as they are funneled together into a cramped and saturated audio field.

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