Sound and Space
Sound and Space installations are characterized by subtle, rich, continuous sounds, carefully shaped and projected using site-specific loudspeaker configurations and acoustic treatments.
A “sound walk” recorded live at the April 2012 Sound and Space installation in Houston, TX.
In addition to a sophisticated model of interaction, Sound and Space installations are unique in their acoustic and aesthetic adaptation to a given space, whether a large public atrium or a local gallery.
A 2013 Sound and Space installation in Brooklyn, NY, featuring live electronics by Ronen Shai with the original drone by Drake Andersen
Recent performances include:
2013: Brooklyn Launchpad (Brooklyn, NY)
2012: The Other Barn (Columbia, MD)
Produced in collaboration with flutist Martha Cargo as part of her series “Crazy Eights”
2012: Farnsworth Pavilion, Rice University (Houston, TX)
Funded by a grant from the Sviatoslav Richter Fund for Music Outreach
Sound and Space photos courtesy of Tatiana Godoy