16 Perspectives : installation
by Vincent Giles (2018)
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This sound work uses field recordings taken at or near the sites of three of the significant trees as articulated by Fran Lee. These recordings are then layered with and against distortions and transformations of the original recordings alongside some of the poetry provided by Poets @ Watsonia. Imagining what it might be like to live as long as a tree, relative to humans, the work juxtaposes the cacophonous with the still and peaceful. There are a total of sixteen perspectives, one feed has the work in sequence, the other three in permutations.
Instrumentation: Installation/Fixed Media: 4 stereo audio feeds: 2x space, 2x headphone (total of eight channels).
Duration: 79 min.
Difficulty: N/A - Not for live performance
Commission note: Commissioned by Banyule City Council, VIC
First performance: at For I have learned to look on nature... (Hatch Contemporary Arts Space) on 9 Aug 2018
9th of August - 22nd of September 2018. Installed as part of: "For I have learned to look on nature..." Portraits of urban trees by Fran Lee. Hatch Contemporary Art Space, Ivanhoe, VIC see it here
- In the form/style of: Sound Art
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