*Video documentation best experienced through full-range speakers/headphones
exponential horn, microphone, speakers
Site-responsive installation for the New South Wales Visual Arts Fellowship 2016
CHRONOTOPE draws on the acoustic properties of an exponential horn in order to bring sound from the street inside the gallery. Time and space become dialogic through this transmission of sound. As such, the work is a chronotope, a point writer Mikhail Bakhtin describes where ‘time thickens…[and] space becomes charged and responsive.’ It is through this ‘simultaneous experience’ of the chronotope that distinctions between inside and outside, past and present are undone.
November 8 - December 10, 2016
Video documentation by Matt McGuigan & Tim Bruniges