file0002.pdf – Quick pencil sketch I drew in Tate Britain of ‘Echoes.’ On a recent visit to Tate Britain, Marguerite Humeau’s ‘Echoes’ sound installation was an eye catching design of the museum. At the entrance of this display, the acid yellow walls intensifies your vision – as an manipulating, firm voice speaks phrases in nine languages thatContinue reading “Marguerite Humeau – Echoes:”
Nigerian Hyper realistic artist Chiamonwu Joy’s charcoal drawings blew me away! The intricate detail in her work is really spectacular. It takes months for Joy to craft this high standard of work, even viewers of her work have compared it to a black and white photograph. At just 22 years old, Joy’s work is beyondContinue reading “Chiamonwu Joy – Hyper-realistic Art.”
In the second term, we had a chance to make our own contact microphone to record audio with. This was my first attempt, so I was expecting it to be quite delicate and maybe a temporary recording device, compared to the telephone contact mics that are built more stronger. It was a frustrating process atContinue reading “Contact Microphone making;”
First recording with microphone and audio recording: I’ve been to this park throughout my childhood as it’s just around the corner from my house. I never recorded the sounds and activity of the place before, even though I’ve attended concerts and family picnics there. For my Uni assignment called ‘Sense Of Place’, I hiredContinue reading “Recording in Stockwood Park. 05.11.17.”
I throughly enjoyed Maria’s lecture at LCC. Maria’s work ethic was brilliant and she loved what she does and that’s the best part of it. Hailing from Peru but grew up in America, her work is discriptive and endearingly interesting. Maria explains that she was tutored by top sound artists and it really shows withContinue reading “Maria Chavez: Visiting Practitioner. 19th Oct 2017”
Brazilian conceptional artist and sculptor. Sound installation at Tate Modern.
7th November 2017. On this exhibition visit, we visited the Barbican to watch a picture called ‘Purple’ (2017) directed by the extremely talented filmmaker John Akomfrah. This piece was showing a vivid, but realistic views of industrial progression over the years and how climate change is affecting the planet. The multiple screens captures your attentionContinue reading “John Akomfrah – Purple @The Barbican:”
Process: Handmade Tambourine. For my audition for my sound arts place, we were told to bring a mp3 file for video or music. I created a video clip from capturing a video shots of Storm Dorris last year and extracts from a video of one of Dad’s band percussionist. I immersed them both together, producingContinue reading “Audition creation.”