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Sasha Grbich/Heidi Angove
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Sasha Grbich/Heidi Angove

Sasha Grbich is and artist, writer and lecturer working predominantly in the fields of sculpture, installation and video art. An avid collector of strange things, found footage, sounds and stories, she is fascinated by the ways art interacts with everyday life. Sasha creates experiences that explore how art might perform with audiences and in local environments. She is a studio supervisor and lecturer at the Adelaide Central School of Art in the areas of contemporary studio practice, video and performance. Sasha is currently undertaking postgraduate research at University of South Australia, exploring art making as 'performative encounter'.

Heidi Angove is a technologist and artist with over 18 years of experience in the IT industry. For the last decade she has been collaborating with artists to make work with a digital media / technology component. Previously the Content Manager for Internode, looking after IPTV and gaming, her latest gig is bootstrapping Base64, Simon Hackett’s technology incubator in Adelaide SA. She’s also an active technology ‘maker’ and artist working for the creative industries company ‘Eat More Code’. She has an history with and an active involvement in Transmedia arts projects having served as the general manager for ANAT from 2005 - 2006. Her work as a Technology Designer / Developer / Maker has been presented through various festivals, installations and performances in Australia.

Artist website: http://www.sashagrbich.com

Very Local Radio: amplifying ephemeral sound communities

Listening is considered as activism where radio amplifies the sounds of ephemeral social networks. This project part of the ASSEMBLY symposium event Program

VERY LOCAL RADIO (IN FOUR MOVEMENTS)

Live Internet radio broadcast from a shopping trolley through the city. This project part of the PASSAGES mobile performance Program