Marco Cher-Gibard
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Sound

Marco has performed internationally and nationally as a solo performer and with others. Recent performances include The Make It Up Club with sister (Melbourn 2016), Long Play with sister (Melbourne 2015, Set 30 in Nantes (France215), the Now Now Series (Sydney 2013), Time Machine Festival with Scott Morrison (Syndey 2012), Dotolim (Seoul, South Korea, 2011), Hand Made Music Festival (Melbourne, 2011) , Rainbow Serpent Festival (Victoria, 2011), and Taiwan (Black Snail and École Café, 2010).

 

installations include Zoom Melbourne for OOM Creative at Melbourne Now (National Gallery of Victoria 2012-13),  LINK VI at RMIT School of Art Gallery, Pop Void at What is Music? (2011), Multi-dimensional Nesting Machine at Gertrude Contemporary (2010) and Corporeal Vapour at RMIT School of Art Gallery (2010).

 

Solo

 

Worm Residency – Rotterdam, NL

More acapella work here.

Some early examples of work, using combination of live, prepared and resampled sound sources, can be found here.

Even earlier examples of work, not necessarily sampler driven can be found here.

 

Collaboration

sister

sister is a collaboration between Marco and Ben Speth.

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fontaine

from 2010 until 2012, fontaine are Ben Speth (guitar), Tim Hilton (trombone), Mark Minchinton (trumpet), Marco Cher-Gibard (sampler).

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fontaine tracks 1-7
Our first album (2011), if you don’t have the CD-R you’ve missed out unfortunately. More fontaine here

Marco and Rosalind Hall

Marco and Rosalind Hall began plying together in late 2007. Since then they have performed together in Melbourne and throughout Australia in improvised sound and AV settings. In 2010, they also exhibited a video installation “Multidimensional Nesting Machine” in Gertrudes Contemporary Art Space.