madeleine flynn and tim humphrey

what others say

Dwelling Structure

“perhaps the most beautifully judged site-specific work I have seen..

By the end, I felt exactly the kind of effect that Octavio Paz claims for poetry – that it takes you from silence to silence, but by the end the silence has changed. It is mysteriously joyous, and profoundly beautiful. ” Theatrenotes, Alison Croggon, June 3, 2011

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“A subtle and important achievement pushing the edges of the form in all the right ways.”  ArtsHub, Gary Anderson. June 3. 2011

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constellation

“constellation is a profoundly visual as well as aural experience…unique exhibition… the two seamlessly and effortlessly execute the scores set out by the artists.” Ruth McIver, ArtsHub June 2010

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“an extremely successful exercise in control and indeterminacy”  Simon Charles, realtime arts, July 2011

Music for Imagined Dances

” an experience that eludes words while asking questions of a different order.” John Bailey, The Sunday Age. March 2011

” The Megaphone Project is a beautiful, clever and engaging work. I was impressed by the inventiveness, inclusion and sheer uniqueness of these interactive sculptures.” Kristy Edmunds, Melbourne International Arts Festival Director, 2005-2008

“John Cage’s Musicircus by Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey. The knock-out event of the year”  Penny Webb, The Age, December 2007.

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