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Soundscope: Music as an Imaginary Space


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Published date
29 January 2015

Kate Kowalczuk and Elyne Legarnisson, 2012 BA Interior and Spatial Design graduates, are putting on an exhibition at the LondonNewcastle Project Space in Shoreditch, London from the 22nd to the 31st of January 2015.

SoundScope is an art installation offering a spatial journey through music. This imaginary space is an alternative to conventional configurations of music performances. It translates music into an immersive landscape of lights in motion. Merging sound and space, SoundScope proposes a synaesthetic experience to the audience.

The Art Installation uses multiple projections onto translucent materials alongside surround sound technologies to create an augmented 3D environment responding to music. The amplitude, frequency and duration of each note is translated into a unique pattern in motion. The sound, visual and spatial language of SoundScope is inspired by water motions, from rain to storms, agitated to calm seas …

This mathematical and emotional translation aims at providing the visitors with an intuitive spatial insight into music. It is set in a reflective environment enhancing the endless nature of this imaginary journey.

This project is supported by Burning Man Arts / Black Rock Art Foundation and Londonewcastle Project Space.

Exhibition details

Venue: Londonewcastle Project Space

Date: 22nd Jan – 31st Jan

Opening times: 11am – 8pm

Entrance Fee: Free