Limited tickets


Limited tickets


Set your senses on overdrive at ‘Electrotropism,’ an immersive event featuring art projections, soundscapes, installations and music by artists and musicians.

Join us for an evening of beats, art, food and beverages as we step into the darkness and towards the light for an immersive experience!

Limited tickets. Bookings required.

Electrotropism is an event that sits alongside the exhibition Phototropism.


  • Co Curators: Amanda Bennetts and Warwick Gow 
  • Performers on the night: Abstract Human Radio (Fin Wegner) and Unregistered Master Builder (Joseph Burgess)

Abstract Human Radio

The Abstract Human Radio (Abhura) is a frequencies project based in Brisbane, Australia that explores immersion and interactivity in the arts through technology, with focuses on surround sound, projection, motion tracking and experimentalist music practices. From the Radio, one can expect any combinations of audiovisual performance, interactive installation, projection art or ambient vinyl DJ sets curated for each environment.

Unregistered Master Builder

Joseph Burgess is an artist born in Portland Oregon, currently living and working in Australia. Their multidisciplinary practice includes sound engineering, large scale fabrication, and interactive media. Burgess operates as Unregistered Master Builder as a way to encompass the plurality of their skills, experience, and creative output. Joseph has developed large scale public projects and installations for Vivid, Curiocity and Woodford Folk Festival. Currently Joseph is a director of KEPK, and working toward a new URMB album to be released in 2023.

Find out more about Amanda and Warwick  

Image credits:
Courtesy of the artist / Artwork: James Hornsby / Trapped / 2016
‘Glasshouses Chatswood’ by Christine Ko




How to get there


The Old Ambulance Station, 80 Howard St, Nambour QLD 4560


All ages
Venue is wheelchair accessible