The group were split into pairs and each given a section of the film to tracklay. They were provided with the voiceover and music, along with the picture. In the final session the tracklays were brought together and a 5.1 mix carried out. This is a stereo downmix of that session.
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Video and sound recordings, editing by Dimitar Galileev (BA Sound Arts & Design @ LCC, London, 2012)
This piece represents an open, brain puzzle where the spectators could add bits from themselves. It allows the person watching/hearing it to think more about the particular sounds in our everyday experience and to respect what surrounds us. Partly inspired by Mozart's “Dice Game”, the piece draws attention on the randomness of the combinations possible between contrast sounds and video clips, which could both have terrible or fascinating result. By interacting with the piece you are becoming more aware of the detail and, respectively, able to uncover the right sounds to the right video clip. In that way, the brain frees itself and recover from the boundaries of ignoring the sounds around you.