Considering the need to take drastic measures to ensure public safety, MONOM will be postponing public events until further notice.
As MONOM is a studio first and event space second, the majority of the work for our events happens before the show, as the pieces that you hear at MONOM are created specifically for space and the 4DSOUND system during the artist residency period. This requires effort and time commitments on both our team and as well as the artist.
If you are willing and, if you can afford to, we ask that you choose to not refund the ticket, it will remain valid towards the performance which will be rescheduled once the lockdown is lifted and public safety is guaranteed.
The time will come for us to rejoice together!
Stay safe, stay kind, practice compassion and please stay tuned as we will announce some community exchanges in the very near future to keep us all creating and connected during this period.
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On March 19th MONOM welcomes back 4DSOUND veteran Max Cooper along with label affiliates Rob Clouth and #Llyr for a #MESH showcase. Across this unique event the artists will perform live on the world’s leading spatial sound system built by 4DSOUND. The night will continue with DJ sets by Max Cooper and friends.
The event was curated to celebrate the release of Zero Point, the forthcoming debut album by Rob Clouth due out on Mesh, March 12th. Llyr will also be showcasing some new sounds that will form part of an LP due out later this year on Mesh. This is all followed by Mesh Label founder, Max Cooper
MESH is Max Cooper’s acclaimed record label, founded to explore the intersection of music, art and science. Fostering an ongoing commitment to innovation and tech development, MESH invites artists from London, Berlin and Barcelona to interrogate the boundaries of how we experience music in one of the world’s most advanced sonic environments.
First encountering the 4DSOUND approach in 2013, Max will, for the second time, compose a piece especially for MONOM. Few artists have been as successful in furthering the conversation around music, visual art, tech and science in the past ten years. Working with close collaborators and institutions alike, he has honed in on a mixed-media approach to the arts, spanning immersive installations, groundbreaking sonic treatments and club-ready releases to critical acclaim. Using technological advancements with a firm eye on the future and a humble acknowledgement of that which came before, Max’s approach to his craft is one that utilises technology in the most human way possible.
Rob Clouth is a long-term MESH affiliate whose debut album Zero Point explores the chance and chaos of quantum mechanics to forge a love letter to noise, written with data sampled from the core of the universe. Exploiting his skills as a software developer, Clouth created a suite of tools - including his own synth - that tap into data from the ANU Quantum Random Number Server (QRNS), an online service that publishes real-time measurements from the zero-point energy field. The result is an inspiring and affective document of the small miracles that surround us.
Making his debut in 4DSOUND, Llyr is a Berlin-based artist who previously performed a surround sound show at the afterparty for Max Cooper’s sold out Barbican show in London, and will soon be releasing music on MESH.
Max Cooper - live in 4DSOUND
Rob Clouth - live in 4DSOUND
Llyr - live in 4DSOUND
DJ sets by Max Cooper and friends