The project attempts to stimulate and heighten our perceptual sensibility of spatial qualities through interplay of objects and sound within a designated environment.
We gather the quantified sound data of one environment representing its spatial information, which is embodied as an object in a second environment. The character of the quantified sound data determines the scale, density and shape of the object. Then we extract from it the sound data of our most noticeable everyday life, human footsteps and human vocal, to trigger the choreographing process of a sound piece from different sound layers of our daily live. There are three sound layers simulating events, movement and space in the piece. The spatial information of this piece is then embodied as a second object. It is in the second environment where people experience the different spatial quality from the sound piece; the differentiated affect and interplaying relationship of the two objects.
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