• Michael Terren 2015 Bogong Residency Michael Terren 2015 Bogong Residency

Naturestrip is a supporter of independent Australian art with a focus on sound, that has evolved to fund and assist a variety of projects. We are passionate about the projects we get behind and we aim to make a positive contribution to the ongoing development of the Australian experimental sound landscape.
From 2015 our focus is to provide grants that includes residency support, commissions and artist grants to realise a sound art project. For specific details, you can find out more at SUBMISSIONS.

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  • Submissions

    Naturestrip is excited to launch three opportunities in 2015, with an Artist Grant, a Residency Grant and a Commissioned Work Grant.
    All have a slightly different potential and focus, so read on to find out more information.

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  • Projects

    In 2013 Naturestrip embarked on some research + development. Anthony Magen attended the Binaural Nodar summer school in the rural Portuguese village of Nodar. Binaural hosted artists and academics from 7 countries, who explored a theme centred around pilgrimage in relation to the ancient religious festival for St. Macarius.

    view the Legend of São Macário
  • News

    naturestrip is funding an original new work to be part of Liquid Architecture calendar of events over the next 12 months. Artist Ben Koliatis was selected and is currently preparing work to be exhibited. Keep an eye out for updates on this exciting new development or visit
    http://www.liquidarchitecture.org.au/program/naturestrip/ for more information.

    We recently partnered with Bogong Centre for Sound Culture to offer a residency grant to Michael Terren (WA), who spent 2 weeks in the Alpine country developing and refining work and ideas.
    Read his journal entries to learn more.

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