Sound Event Mining the Deep: Stories of Resistance
24 Mar 2019
Gallery of Modern Art & Cinema A
Mining the Deep is a soundscape documentary weaving together stories about resistance to deep sea bed mining in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. It brings voices from directly affected communities in the Duke of York Islands into dialogue with campaigners and government leaders, to powerfully evidence the contested nature of marine extractives and its impacts on ocean relationships and livelihoods. By capturing and recreating the atmospheres of life affected by mining through sound, Mining the Deep offers an intimate and rare insight into the new frontiers of development being fought by our neighbouring Oceanic communities.
Produced by Anja Kanngieser and Joey Tau
Sound design by Daniel Jenatsch
Narration by Anja Kanngieser, Pauline Vetuna, Gary Juffa, Joey Tau, Merelyn Temakon, Paul Barker, Josephine Bolland, Delilah Samuel, Samuel Demas, James Bolland, Lydia Jacob, Philip Tokam, Rosa Koian, John Waiko, Ralph Regenvanu
Presented in conjunction with the PAA XIII International Symposium and QAGOMA.
Sound Event: Mining the Deep: Stories of Resistance 1970
- When 10.00am, Sun 24 Mar 2019 (180 mins)
- Where GOMA