During the month of October, composer and sound artist, Elizabeth Jigalin, will lead the development of Soundcraft, creating a bespoke Campbelltown Arts Centre Minecraft world, replicating the IRL landscape in and around the Arts Centre within the Minecraft world.
Soundcraft transforms C-A-C into a sonic playground – inviting audiences to imagine, play, craft and listen to the world around them via sound.
Soundcraft will culminate in ‘real world’ activations on 1 November 2020, part of Fisher’s Kids Festival at C-A-C, as hungry listeners and noisy makers are invited on an interactive sound hunt where they will encounter a multitude of curious red sound blocks, dispersed throughout the environment.
Elizabeth Jigalin – Composer, Lead Artist
Matthew Jigalin – Technical Producer
James Michaels – Creative Technologist
About the artist
Elizabeth Jigalin is a composer based in Sydney, Australia, living on Wallumedegal land. Driven by the joy of sharing music with others, Elizabeth composes collages of curiously playful and imaginative music and frequently collaborates with artists across disciplines.
Elizabeth is the founder of creative music collective the music box project who were awarded Excellence for Experimental Music at the 2020 APRA AMCOS/AMC Art Music Awards for shallow listening – a project premiered at Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music that featured her music theatre work prelude & pickle (2019).
Recently, Elizabeth has composed music for the Voices of Women film project CLEARWAY (2020) and created a web/game opera EXQUISITE CHORUS (2020) commissioned by Gaudeamus Muziekweek/Netherlands. In 2019, her suite of exploratory miniatures field notes were premiered and explored as part of Soundstream’s Emerging Composer Forum.