Hydrophonics

Notes

Development from a former work ‘Breath’, where the sound of the artist’s own heart beating was amplified through water so that spectators could experience the sight of sound. Since this project, Caroline has experimented by sending different sounds thorough water to experience the different formations on the water surface that each sound makes. Over the past two years she has been involved ina period of research to explore this further, working with musicians in order to compose music which is based on the sight of the composition rather than the sound of it and developing new designs for water tanks and speaker systems. Hydrophonics Live event at the Malt Cross Nottingham UK.

Artist / Author Caroline A. Locke
Reference P1309
Date 1970
Type Publication

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