Posts tagged Field Recording
Land Harps

The Land Harps project revolves around sculptures that enable the landscape to create sound compositions, resulting in a contemplation within the constant flux of landscape, a study of its pacing and intervals.
 

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Time Strata

A site specific installation that’s also performance, on the edge of the Cesar Chavez Park pier San Diego, with the audience generating a composition in real time, together with nature and industry.

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Kelosound

A sound art and design product which plays the sounds from a Finnish forest, bringing audible and tactile nature closer to our daily lives

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Sound drawings about Baton Rouge anger

"This is about the anger I feel towards the police officers that shot Alton Sterling on July 5". Sound art and accompanied drawings as objects of meditation.

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Field Recording Photos

A photographic and audible study of nature. 'Nash Point / Monk Nash' is a photographic, phonographic and electro-acoustic study of a stretch of the Glamorgan coastline recorded over a year. The area is hostile to humans: unstable collapsing stones, strong currents and low frequency rumble, give it a sense of otherness. The area fluctuates between stillness and violence, quiet and noise: noise that silences the internal monologue. On a calm day the sound of the lone gong buoy resonates clearly and carries to the shore. The walk from Nash Point down to Monk Nash can be eerily peaceful, and yet instability always hangs in the air. #WillParker #mono_on #SoundArt #FieldRecording #Photography #ContemporaryArt #Photo #NashPoint #MonkNash #Acoustics #EnvironmentalSound

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