# 1337 The Art of Sound



This week we take you into the world of artists who use sound as their medium.


Shifting Reality

Francisco Lopez is one of the world’s leading Sound Artists.  He has been creating art for over 30 years.  His background in Biology and Ecology has taken him all over the world for research projects.  During this time, in these naturally rich environments he’s captured sound.  These natural sounds are then layered into incredibly complex works to transport the listener to an alternate reality.  All the Best caught up with Francisco Lopez during his recent visit to Australia, to find out more about his work and his passion for sound.

Producer:  Merran Winchester

Music Credits:  Toothless by Jai Pyne, Belle Confusion by Francisco Lopez, Addy en el Pais de Las Frutas y Los Chunches by Francisco Lopez, Wasps by Francisco Lopez, Colourless by Jai Pyne

Other links:  www.franciscolopez.net


Memory Lane

The laneway’s of The Rocks in Sydney is where past meets present.  Old buildings and architecture, rich with history, are a gateway to the past and to the first Europeans who settled on the site.  All the Best took a trip down memory lane with the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority to find out about some of the sins, virtues and characters of the old city.

Producer:  Merran Winchester

Music Credits:  Original Composition by John Bellamy, Extracts from Convict Theatre (Produced by Merran Winchester)


History Books by Luka Lesson

Luka Lesson is both a Hip-hop artist and performance poet and is one of those rare talents that can successfully traverse the complex landscape of both traditions.  He shares his take on Australian history.


The Pliable Ones by Ursula Rucker

Ursula Rucker is a leading international Spoken Word artist with a unique and creative voice, bringing poetry, music, rhythm and beats together to tell moving stories.



Production Manager:  Carly-Ann Keneally

Executive Producer’s:  Giordana Caputo & Belinda Lopez

Feature’s Executive Producer:  Merran Winchester