by Ros Bandt & Johannes S.Sistermanns
Luminescent sound light environment
A collaborative work by two international award winning sound artists Ros Bandt, Australia, with German Sound Artist, Johannes S. Sistermanns.
The piece investigates the changing identities and cross cultural influences brought, experienced and exchanged by the two artists in a foreign place, Wakayama Japan, represented in the colours of red and blue hair. Their encounters and exchanges are interpreted through a range of media, paper, red and blue hair dye, suspended paper hair paintings which are amplified, electro-acoustic spatial
sound, illuminated coloured scores, digital images, installation and live action sound painting and performance.
Ros Bandt is an internationally acclaimed sound researcher, composer and sound artist. Her sound art works and installations have been shown internationally for over 20 years. She has pioneered multi-channel audience participatory sound works including sound sculptures, sound playgrounds, audible canvases and numerous cross art collaborations.
sonic blue red tracings:
hair blue and red, diverse (japanese) paper, rolls sheets sounds, transducer, piezo, loudspeaker, laptop, live prepared sounds, photos, moving images …