[7.36mins] by ivon oates.
Sundown in the barn, sanding,
feeding time for chickens and
watering, birdsong in drains,
and…”the drastic coast….lumps of concrete covered in
slates… foxes and the occasional badger….”
Composed of field recordings taken at sundown at Hooke Park’s Architectural Association field campus.These sketches form part of ongoing research into aural architecture and sound’s plastic capacity to create spaces, establish moods and colour our experience.
How can sound generate architectural space?
What is the form most conducive to a particular quality?
The sound of the activity architectural form contains.
How does the architectural skin acquire its shape if it is formed by sound?