LCC Sound Art and Design Group Show (Year 2)
ESTHER GAYLE – Bāri (Home)
The Bāri audio installation is a reflection of two nationalities coming together as one- Unification. Appreciating the community of Bangladeshi lineage, who have positively contributed to the infrastructure of Tower Of Hamlet area of London. (Bāri with a dot underneath the r letter) Is Bangla for Home.
FAITH OLUWADAISI – Human Mode
Faith’s work uses the spoken word and sound compositions to initiate creative thinking and problem solving actions that can bring about improved Social interaction and dissolve Identity crisis.
DORAN EDWARDS and JOSEPH JOHNSON – Because (a poem by Phoebe Bishop-Wright)
‘because of moth holes and head lice and the extortionate price of life-saving medicine because of microwave meals for one and ‘missed connections’ and weather-beaten posters for missing persons and missing (by milliseconds) your seat on that abysmal deathtrap of a vehicle and because of the people who get found half rotten by their postman’
SEVERIN BLACK and NICHOLAS KIDD – Articulate
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ISAK REE, VANGELIS MARKOU and VOLKAN KIZILTUG – Kymata
This piece explores the physical phenomena of vibrations by visualising the sound waves produced by the interior and exterior of Gallery 46. Piano wires attached to the structure allow it to function as a resonant body, thus creating an instrument that plays itself. The production of sound in this case is dependant on natural systems outside and activity within the gallery.
CIARA DREW and JO WEST – In our shoes
Whilst walking home one night the sound of my high heels gave an attacker time to hide behind the bins that surround the door to my flat. This piece was created to highlight how every moment of our existence we must be aware of our presence in the world, and how tiring that can be.
WILL ROTHWELL – HOW TO BREATE IN ALL CAPS
Infographic animation incorporating vocoded voice over and synthesised sounds. Satirical piece focusing on the required development of faux confidence as an artist in the music industry.
DOMINIC WATERFIELD – Teach me how to scratch DJ
The city leaves its mark. Relief is temporal.
LLORENÇ GARCIA BAS, NIMA KHADEMLOU and BRANDON CAICEDO MOSQUERA – Not a game
What happens when you play with nature? A reflection of human indifference towards climate change.
KAMIL SZNAJDER – Phantom Strikes
chasing the root, motion of stillness.
KYRIN CHEN – Ginger, chopped and steeped
A byproduct of sound post duration. The body strolling in time, filling the gaps between each controlled fall. https://kyrinspacechen.cargo.site/
EDIE CHADDOCK – subtle shadows
What we try to disguise and hide, although it’s always there, somewhere, hiding in plain sight.
Featuring work by Severin Black, Brandon Caicedo Mosquera, Edith Chaddock, Kyrin Chen, Doran Edwards, Llorenç Garcia Bas, Esther Gayle, Joseph Johnson, Nima Khademlou, Nicholas Kidd, Cenk Kiziltug, Evangelos Markou, Faith Oluwadaisi, Will Rothwell, Kamil Sznajder, Isak Torgersen, Dominic Waterfield and Joseph West.
Exhibition: 26 – 30 April 2019