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exponential horn, microphone, horn speakers, subwoofer
infinite duration

Site-responsive live sound installation for the New South Wales Visual Arts Fellowship 2016


CHRONOTOPE employs a site-specific exponential acoustic horn, stereo amplified horns, a subwoofer and microphones to amplify the sound of the exterior world within the interior of the gallery space. The exponential horn physically connects these two otherwise separate sound environments through an aperture cut into the gallery’s street-facing exterior wall. The work amplifies, regenerates and conflates the sounds occurring within the gallery space and those sounds emanating from the exterior of the gallery via the mouth of the exponential horn.

Sydney, Australia
November 8 - December 10, 2016
Video documentation by Matt McGuigan & Tim Bruniges