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Order: Yum Cha and the Cricket

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Illustration featuring a collage of hands eating yum cha

Art: Kate Banazi

Across three episodes, we’re bringing you a special audio edition of Notes, the Wheeler Centre’s digital publishing series. For this edition, participants in our 2020 podcast development programme, Signal Boost have created audio stories around the theme 'Order'

It’s a word that brings to mind structure, organisation, command or subjugation. Think: the natural order, alphabetical order, out of order. It’s a title, descriptor, an alternative. A holy order, a tall order, or law and order? It can be a direction, or a request. Get your house in order. Take your marching orders.

In this episode, Nicole Pingon dives into her sonic memory and imagination.

Who?

Portrait of Nicole Pingon

Nicole Pingon

Nicole Pingon is a multidisciplinary artist, theatre maker and facilitator working across live performance, installation and digital mediums. Her work often delves into the curiosities and magic of the everyday, and takes inspiration from natural occurrences, small creatures and mythology. She was a participant in CAAP's inaugural Artist Lab, and has been part of artist development programs with CAAP, Shopfront Arts Co-op, CuriousWorks and KXT bAKEHOUSE. She is a 2020 participant in the Wheeler Centre's Signal Boost programme.

Portrait of Beth Atkinson-Quinton

Beth Atkinson-Quinton

Beth Atkinson-Quinton is the Wheeler Centre's audio producer, and a broadcaster, audio producer, and artistic programmer living and working on the unceded lands of the Kulin Nation.

Beth is the co-founder of podcast network Broadwave where she mentors emerging audio producers. Beth presents weekly storytelling show The Glasshouse on Triple R, and is the former Creative Producer of Express Media, where she managed the annual program of events, publications, prizes, and fellowships.

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