A MULTIMEDIA exhibition focusing on 100 years of Leeton through photographs and video is currently lighting up the Roxy Theatre art space.
Jason Richardson is the latest artist to feature in the Roxy Theatre's art space with a multitude of platforms on show for his exhibition titled 100 Years On.
A DVD/CD package featuring songs using noises made at Leeton's playgrounds and parks is available for sale, which also includes a small documentary on the process of how the music was made.
The idea for the tunes came as a way to mark Leeton's centenary, with playgrounds representing a "young Leeton".
Mr Richardson said his display was based on a conceptual style.
"The remixes on the CD are from the playground and feature futuristic music like dubstep, acid and tech house," he said.
"It sort of symbolises Leeton as being young and moving into the future."
The noises were recorded using piezo microphones that clip on to the equipment and capture the vibrations directly.
Mr Richardson will host a workshop on piezo microphones on November 25 in the art space, with the DVD to also be officially launched that day.
Photographs showing historical images in their current context also make up the exhibition.
"I thought it would be a bit silly to have an exhibition with nothing on the walls," Mr Richardson said.
"They are historical photos in context ... some of the old photos were sourced from the Trove website and I've used photos of flooding taken in my time here.
"Water is important to Leeton for irrigation, obviously, but I liked the idea of capturing high-water moments too."
The art space is open each day around lunchtime, as well as Saturdays until the end of the month.
For more information about the workshop phone 6953 7197. The album is available for download at www.bandcamp.bassling.com.