Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Sculpture at Bathers

Sculpture At Bathers
are pleased to announce that local collective Masonik Arts will provide the soundtrack to this year's exhibition!
The Fremantle-based group combines sculpture, video and photography with composed, improvised and visually-constructed music. Their work in this year's show presents the results of their trip to Greece in 2014, to research the underground music form Rebetika and its icons.
Pushing sound and visual art into new dimensions, Masonik sculptures and multimedia projections are not to be missed.

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Solomon's Shadow Gallery

Solomon's Shadow - Live theatre, film, music & placed objects

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Masonik Live at NoizeMaschin #42 - December 16th

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Masonik's soundtrack score used for the short film 'SAILOR' - in collaboration with Else Fitzgerald (poem) & Jutta Pryor (video) featured in International Film & Poetry Festival; Athens, Greece November 2014

Monday, 17 November 2014

Monday, 10 November 2014

Kaspar Hauser Lied

Finalist THE ART VISUALS & POETRY SPECIAL AWARD" 2014, International Poetry Film, Vienna.

Word: Georg Trakl
Voice: Christian Reiner
Music: Masonik
Concept / images: Jutta Pryor

Kaspar Hauser Lied from pry on Vimeo.

Kaspar Hauser Song
(„Kaspar Hauser Lied“ )
By the Austrian poet Georg Trakl
Alexander Stillmark

He truly loved the sun which in crimson descended the hillside,
The paths of the forest, the black singing bird
And the joys of greenery.

Gravely he dwelt in the shade of the tree
And pure his countenance.
God spoke a gentle flame to his heart;
O Man!

Softly his tread found the city at eventide;
The dark lament of his mouth:
I want to be rider.

Yet he was stalked by bush and beast,
House and dusky garden of white people,
And his murderer sought him.

Spring and summer and lovely the autumn
Of the just man, his quiet tread
Past the dark chambers of those who dream.
At night he remained alone with his star:
Saw that snow fell into naked branches
And in the dusky hallway the shade of the murderer.
All silver, the head of the unborn sank low.

Licensed for the Austrian poetry film competition 2014. For
poetry films only. Please cite correctly in the end credits of
your films.

Tuesday, 30 September 2014


Grace from Marie Craven on Vimeo.

Video and reading by Marie Craven of a poem by Cheryl Snell. Music by Masonik. Original images: Paul Moss & Thelma Schnee (1952). Source: Prelinger Archives. A Pool and Poetry Storehouse collaboration.
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