Friday, July 27, 2018

Spoken-Word Amanes

Sunday 12th August 2018
Saga Bookshop
203 South Terrace, South Fremantle 7pm

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Lost Taverna: Rebetiko-Glitch

Lost Taverna: Rebetiko-Glitch 
Wednesday 25th July 2018
Perth Hellenic Club
75 Stirling Street Perth 6.30pm

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Rebetiko in Dub - LIve

Watch the full live performance of Rebetiko in Dub - with special guest Con Kalamaras on Bouzouki

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Antipodean Palette

2017 Greek Australian Cultural League @ Steps Gallery Melbourne

August 17 – 27 | Steps Gallery | 62 Lygon Street, Carlton

The Greek Australian Cultural League (GACL) presents the seventh Antipodean Palette Group Exhibition. A diverse selection of work was submitted at ‘Call for Entries’ earlier this year from artists in all stages of their career within the Greek-Australian community.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

The Daedalus Project

- 3rd -17th Feb - 
Group exhibition - Masonik / Stellarc / Michalou(di)s / Holessis / Coblis / Doropoulos / Paraskos / Vouris 

pieces from Masonik's Altar'd Lament will be exhibted....

The Daedalus Project is an ambitious multi-venue art event held across 4 Galleries (plus one symposium venue) over two weeks within the Lively Maylands cultural precinct. The exhibition showcases new and challenging work from 8 Hellenic-Australian artists all working with a broad range of technology enabled mediums through performance, robotics, Aerogel sculptures, sound installation, video, photography and textiles.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Masonik will be presenting Exodus in early 2017 - this will be the second installment in the 
Altar'd Lament project.

Altar’d Lament is a multi-disciplinary art installation and performance project by the Masonik arts-collective that explores the rise, fall and rise again of the early 1900’s musical style known as Rebetika – an underground form of music comprised of both near-Eastern and Western influences that was eventually banned and its performers persecuted.

The Altar’d Lament project involves the development of a series of audio-visual multi- medium artworks, presented as a narrative concerning the evolution, development and controversial censorship of the Rebetika musical style. Through this narrative, Masonik seek to encourage audiences to consider the paradox that a cultural form can be simultaneously fragile and resilient, both comforting and threatening.