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Harmonic Spaces is the Visionary Arts wing of Earth Frequency Festival. Since its inception, Harmonic Spaces has presented the works of Alex and Allyson Grey and Adam Scott Miller.

For their third show, they welcome international guests Android Jones, Daniel Mirante and Pha-Droid. This is part of the amazing Android Jones Australian tour which includes Rainbow Serpent and Earth Frequency Festivals, but in this live installation audiences have the opportunity to soak up Android Jones’s art and Pha-Droid’s performance in an intimate, limited-capacity venue. Harmonic Spaces takes place at the Byron Community Centre, and will be using all three levels as viewing space for the amazing artists.

Android Jones is an electrical artist. For Android, art is a tool used to navigate reality and influence human consciousness. He has been heralded as ‘the apocalyptic art shaman’. His work is a hybrid of academic training, emerging technology and the mystical experience, bringing together a mixture of archetypal mythology and spirituality.

But you can do more than watch, you can take your creativity to the next level and join Android for a two-day intensive journey into new realms of your creative potential. Android will draw from a traditional drawing and painting background while applying new tools to create new visions that serve to expand out human creative potential. For information about drawing on visions go to www.earthfrequency.com.au/android_jones_drawing_visions.

The Harmonic Spaces Art & Performance is at the Byron Theatre, Community Centre on Friday. Tickets are on sale now from www.byroncentre.com.au.

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