kyma•tweaky . Connect . C20040505RobertJarvis

Installation: 05 May - 12 June 2004 -- 10:00 - 16:00
Presented by: RobertJarvis
Public: Free
Whitstable Museum Gallery
Whitstable, Kent -- UK

A surround sound installation utilising what the artist is calling 'endangered sounds', i.e., those sounds which might disappear in the next ten or twent years. Visitors to the installation walk over a 'carpet' of over 200 endangered sounds and are immersed in a surround sound composition utilising 40 of the sounds, travelling around and through the listener: The work is fundamentally concerned with a reconsideration of how we relate to our changing sonic environment and was funded by the Arts Council of England.

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