The Class 3 Domestic Android Ghorkhun Banzai
Implant EA- 0002 Environmental Awareness.
Major sensory malfunction due to excessive condensation
Languages analysed as Arabic English French German and Polish.
Re-edit of Watery World.
A slow chilled journey through damp West London, where precipitation creates it's own magic as the city dreamily dissolves to the sound of rain and thunder.
Re-edit of Watery World. Sound from Freesound.org
Thanks to Urupin "Thunder-storm in Moscow" and chrscrwfrd18 "Rain" for the sound clipshttp://www.freesound.org/people/urupin/sounds/157891/#
People talking -field recordings using Olympus LS5 pcm linear recorder. What are they saying? This is my natural environment. Surrounded by languages I mostly don't understand.
Watery World by Stan Stachowicz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
The travellers prepare for the next stage of their mission. They meet the monks and are suppplied with protective herbs to protect them in the lands of the X-Ray Cult, herbs which protect from insanity.
Thanks to Freesound.org for the music and sounds:
"Echoing Quark" "Fairy Tale" and "Striding Background" and "Mixed Feelings" by Setuniman
"Tense Mysterium" by Fran Ky
"Rarexport" by Plagasul---
Journey to Planet Q Part 2 by phosmosio is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Based on a work at vimeo.com/61882782.Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at vimeo.com/phosmosio.
How does light affect us? How do we feel the seasons? What is our relationship with the sun? What happens to us during the winter months when we see less of it?
Heliotrope was a 12 minute audio and light installation that took place in November 2012 at Glasgow's Botanic Gardens. It was accompanied by a limited edition booklet and a beautiful interactive website. It was created by a team of artists, designers and scientists, working together to explore the impact of light on human minds and bodies.
22 to 25 November 2012
Kibble Palace, Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Architect and lighting designer: DO Architecture
Graphic designer: Stefanie Posavec
Programmer: Justin Quillinan
Psychiatrists: John Eagles and Tom Brown
Sound artist: Hanna Tuulikki
Sound recordist: Daniel Padden
Sound technician: Robert Macleod & Pete Dowling
Stage fabricator: Re-form the Norm
Writer: Molly Naylor