The inFrequency tour discovered the beautiful tiny town of Tanja on a warm Spring afternoon, rolling out at the glorious Navigate Arts old church venue.

Griffith's Bernard Gray took a group on a journey through his audio/visual live-coding toolkit during an afternoon workshop, later demonstrating the flexibility of this approach with a set that detonated hard off-kilter bending bass lines alongside shimmering layers of synthesised soundwaves, all wrapped in projected deconstructed visual patterns and images

Bassling all the way from Leeton, brought a collection of synthesisers onstage to accompany video projections and audio-activated visuals.

Dron Skot introduced the group to the concepts of Projection Mapping within the well suited angles of the Navigate Arts gabled church space, before being let loose to create a feast of industrial audio/visual techno

DJ Ruined My Wedding Day circumvented all the rules once again, choosing equal parts audience membership and raving DJ

Myst-Mach's set was a masterpiece of dance, costume, effects and beautifully remixed pop sensibilities

A huge thanks to Navigate Arts Tanja for their support, venue, hospitality and ambience. It was a night to cherish.

Bernard Gray

The inFREQUENCY tour is supported by the Backroads Initiative and South East Arts through funding from Create NSW and the NSW Government.

Bernard Gray Livecoding Workshop at Tanja by Jason Richardson Scott Baker Projection Mapping Workshop at Tanja by Jason Richardson Bernard Gray at Tanja by Jason Richardson Jason Richardson at Tanja by Unknown Dron Skot at Tanja by Jason Richardson DJ Ruined My Wedding Day at Tanja by Jason Richardson Myst Mach at Tanja by Jason Richardson