Art in the Wasteland is an energetic performance in three Acts, dealing with the
Death of Art and its resurrection from the dead as a postmodernist commodity. The
piece uses alternative notations, poly-
The text is constructed from a lose narrative, starring the anti-
The animation, which was made and VJ-
Positive Certain Factual Evidence performed live by the Doggox Art Orchestra.
Doggox Art Orchestra was formed in 2002 by brothers Nick and Pippin Kenworthy who have more than 25 years combined musical experience.
The 20 piece ensemble is made up of Western Australia's premier musicians playing
Doggox combines an extensive range of musical styles to create technically challenging yet soulfully entertaining compositions. The band members are ready, willing and able to push the limits of form and break the boundaries of style. Musicians are included from many musical backgrounds in order to maximize the potential for stylistic diversity.
The music pushes the boundaries of how music is written and played whilst exploring many contemporary themes. The works conform to musical structures whilst embracing the freedom of jazz improvisation, which is why the music has such a feel good vibe and a lot of soul.
An instrumental, comic opera, played live to an animation -
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