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Lucreccia Quintanilla’s sound work Call combines various recordings of bird noises from segments in house music, dancehall, ocarinas, flutes in jazz and her own field recordings. She considers how flutes in the mesoamerica were often made and tuned to sound like birds and uses this sound collage to think through our position and responsibility to the land. Quintanilla refers to the act of careful listening and uses sound to question our relationship to place.

Lucreccia Quintanilla is an artist, writer, DJ and researcher. Her writing has been published both nationally and internationally. Her artwork has been exhibited within Australia and overseas and has received grants for her projects and residencies. Her practice is a collaborative one which manifests into outcomes within galleries and also as events and performances outside of that context. Quintanilla regularly gets asked to speak at panels and symposiums in regards to themes within her research.