Sound/Site: Sound as Articulation of Form and Event
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This project is a performance based exploration of the interaction between site and sound. It has aimed to use a focus on sound production as a catalyst for opening up alternate ways of reading, mapping and experiencing the physical environment. Within this research, sound is perceived as a sonic representation of form, mass, volume and event - an articulation of space, material and their activation. Through a series of installations/ events this project has looked to exploit resonances inherent within chosen sites, as well as introduce sound to otherwise inert environments in order to communicate the potentials of sound and materials. Another key focus has been upon the dynamics between artist/ work and audience, experimenting with ways in which to explore these roles.