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When:

Wed 16 Jan 2013, 7:30pm–12:00am

Where: The Corner Hotel, 57 Swan Street, Richmond, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $32.00 ea
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Listed by: CornerHotel

After blockbuster shows at the National Gallery of Victoria Exhibition, ‘Napoleon Art After Dark’, Benjamin Skepper plays the Corner in a very special preview of his festival debut at Mona Foma 2013. Tokyo-based, Melbourne-born Skepper has gained international recognition for his solo performance installation style, creating stunning sound works in Palaces, Art Museums, Shinto Shrines, Churches, Medieval Clock Towers, Cemeteries, Gym Lockers and most recently sampling champagne for Dom Perignon in Japan. The artists/ multimedia performance will bring the audio and visual spheres into orbit, with symbiotic visual projections by Tomoya Kishimoto. Expect newly mastered field recordings from world travels contrasted with songs from recently released third solo album, ‘Inimitable’, and beyond. Skepper’s trademark live looping and sampling on harpsichord, cello and sound objects will take you o n a mesmeric and magical journey into the harmony of the spheres. Check out Benjamin’s YouTube page here.

“Benjamin Skepper has the sex appeal of Johnny Depp, the elegance of Oscar Wilde, and eclecticism of Brian Eno.” – AMICA Magazine, Italy 2012