Durational Situation: Rethinking Site through the Sound Event
thesisposted on 19.02.2019 by GEOFF ROBINSON
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This practice-led exegesis investigates the sound event as a spatial and temporal relationship that employs duration to produce a complex, layered understanding of site in my artwork. I conclude that my project work engenders an experience of layered durations that opens onto a multiplicity of temporalities across and between sites, that in turn becomes a catalyst for the audience to rethink how they are experiencing site through the act of listening.