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Madeline Flynn


Madeline Flynn is a cross-disciplinary artist who collaborates with Tim Humphrey. They create both large scale and intimate works The duo situate their sound and music speciality across a wide range of performance and installation contexts. Their curiosity about sound and music in space and in culture has led to links with artists in dance, theatre, installation, film and public art, nationally and internationally. They have have worked together since 1993 and are based in Melbourne, Australia. Awards include a GreenRoom Award for Outstanding Composition/sound design, many Green Room nominations, Melbourne International Arts Festival Award, ANAT Synapse Award, two Asialink Residencies in China and Japan and finalists in the Australian Dance Awards for outstanding achievement in independent dance and the ArtsHub awards. Tim has a PhD in music from Monash University and is currently lecturer in creativity and culture at Griffith University. They are the secretaries of New Music Network, the national peak body for new music in Australia: Madeleine is a board member of Melbourne Fringe, and is current Chair of the Community Partnerships panel of Arts Victoria. In 2011 they were finalists for the APRA- AMCOS National awards for Excellence in Experimental Music and in 2012 were the winners of this award.

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