Swimming in a clean ocean

Over a long weekend in October, I returned to the Mid North Coast and the Manning Valley for another round of field recordings and story gathering for my Regional Futures project, Vaticinor. Works are now in development for this project, in preparation for a small group exhibition at the Manning Regional Arts Gallery in March …

Making memories with sound

Apologies for the lack of regular correspondence in this blog. The last two years have been spent establishing the ecoPULSE.art platform for my project work. Artist and blog author, Kim V. Goldsmith My body sways to the four-beat measure of my horse’s walk—slightly slumped in the saddle, hands resting lightly on his whither, necks soft …

Who do you make art for?

Kim V Goldsmith Wild Wetlands sound artist Dubbo

Fresh on the back of mounting a new work over the weekend and the subsidence of the pre-show nerves that go with it, I'm pondering a question I've been asked, and asked of myself many times over the years: Who do you make art for? Andrew Frost recently wrote an opinion piece for Art Guide …

Fictional territories

Good things take time. Over the past three months, a lot of private correspondence has taken place between me and Hamburg based artist, Didi Hock, as part of our involvement in the international project, Arts Territory Exchange (founded and coordinated by artist, Gudrun Filipska). As we've worked on developing a better understanding of each other and how …

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