Since 2010 my art practice has engaged with projections of visualized sound frequencies in response to either live participative co-production of sonic experimentation, or historic recordings of electro-acoustic phenomena. The live installations include a mixture of analogue and digital equipment that relate to site-aware sound sources and previous use of spaces. The resulting visualized sonic frequencies become a live score that participants openly experiment with interactively. The installations that respond to pre-recorded electro-acoustic phenomena often explore amplified sounds not easily located within the range of human hearing. Increasingly other interests have become part of my practice including the use of lenses, mirrors, historical analogue equipment and experimenting with scientific processes.
Most of these projects involve collaboration in various ways. The installations that result from discussions when working alongside someone that has different skills and knowledge extend the technical possibilities in unexpected ways. Visitors that participate in these live installations also become collaborators through their open experimentation with the acoustic possibilities of these sonic frequency visualizations.