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Eliza Hull (VIC)

Michelle looks directly to camera with a mysterious expression. She wears a long sleeved velvet top and holds her arms up to slightly obscure her face and hair

Credit: Michelle Grace Hunder

Musician in Residence

Eliza Hull is a composer, vocalist and sound design artist based in Castlemaine, Victoria. Her most recent EP ‘How We Disappeared’ was released in July 2018.

Eliza Hull is known for her stirring lyrics, haunting vocals and bold electronic soundscapes. Previous releases include Eliza’s debut album ‘The Bones Of Us’ which was strongly supported by Australian radio, and was toured nationally and internationally.

Eliza has written for American TV shows ‘Awkward’, ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘Saving Hope’ and is currently writing the film score for Australian feature film ‘Swallow’, directed by Juliet Lamont.

Eliza studied music at Berklee College in Boston and has performed at Central Park in New York and The Natural History Museum in London. Eliza most recently wrote the musical soundscape for Cell 26, an audio work which speaks of the many layers of The Ulumbarra Theatre site in Bendigo. Eliza also writes for theatre, and recently wrote the sound design for ‘No Hands’, which was performed at The Ulumbarra Theatre, within the Castlemaine State Festival, and is about to tour regionally in Victoria.

Eliza is currently composing the sound design for a new physical theatre show ‘Dendron’, using natural sounds recreated from our Australian landscape. Eliza is also currently producing an eight-part podcast series for the ABC.

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Meeting Place 2018

24 - 26 September

Araluen Arts Centre, 61 Larapinta Drive
Alice Springs, NT 0870