Grasping Things At The Root

On 2 March, the ANU Experimental Music Studio premiered Alexander Hunter’s 40-minute work, Grasping Things At The Root. It consisted of experimental and improvised music where we reacted and interacted with live video projections. Using an assortment of both acoustic and electric instruments, we surrounded the audience, immersing them in an all-encompassing sonic and visual experience.

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