Video documenting an approach towards one of six sound installations, which were exhibited in the month of May, 2010 in the city of Belfast, UK. This installation, at Bittles Bar, marked where the Blackstaff River used to flow into the Lagan, across a wide flood plain. The river now runs beneath the city of Belfast and is constricted to piping.
The sounds presented were captured around Strangford Lough, which in the winter months is home to many geese. The installation comprises of two transducer speakers attached to the inner side of the venues rear door.
See mgreesound.com for more details.