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SOUNDING[S] :: GP Metals

Monday 16th February 2015 – ivon oates, Mandy Rathbone and Mark Hewitt exploring the dynamic potential of sounds at GP Metals, Dorset. Scrapyard We three are pilgrims. Here to sound out The tangles of metal In respectful reliquaries.   In … Continue reading

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SOUNDING[S] :: hooke wood encounters

  Hooke Wood Hooke Park is a 350-acre coppiced woodland in Dorset, South West England, that as been owned and operated by the Architectural Association, since 2002. The woodland contains a small educational facility centered on a woodworking workshop, that … Continue reading

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sonic coast :: metamedia

Mandy Rathbone, ivon oates, David Rogers and Joe Stevens [metamedia]. Recording made during a live performance given by metamedia as part of sonic coast::metamedia open studio7 at DIVAcontemporary Studio 26th August 2013 http://www.spreaker.com/user/soniccoast/metamedia_live1

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sonic coast :: Mandy Rathbone

http://www.spreaker.com/user/soniccoast/chesil_sounds Chesil Beach on the Dorset coastline. Six locations along the coastline from West Bay to Portland, individually recorded and played back as one soundscape.

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sonic coast :: Joe Stevens

Reinventing the Landscape a GPS driven moving image work. That follows a walk around Portland marina with a soundtrack that features a treated version of the wind howling across the harbour.

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sonic coast :: David Rogers

as part of sonic coast::metamedia open studio7 at DIVAcontemporary studio David Rogers installed a 4 screen audio video work, exploring the differing resonance of stones found in a stone quarry on Portland, Dorset.

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sonic coast :: ivon oates

The recorded sounds were recorded with binaural microphones, listening closely to drilled holes in the Portland stone and pipes deeply set into the rock.  The echoes , wind and bird created sounds  together describe the wide and expectant space,  a … Continue reading

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