Sound Environments

Collaboration Bryce Hammond

 

Sound Environments

Sand Detail: 52”X35” acrylic, beeswax, wood, plexi, atlantic sand, studio mic, underwater speaker, hydrophone, external speaker, preamp
Water Detail: 52”X36”acrylic, beeswax, wood, plexi, water, glass, steel hardware, studio mic, underwater speaker, hydrophone, external speaker, preamp

Beeswax Detail: 52”X36”acrylic, beeswax, wood, plexi, water, studio mic, underwater speaker, hydrophone, external speaker, preamp 

Sound Environments is three sound paintings mounted as one wall installation. The environments of sand, water and beeswax refer to environmental observations and experiences from a research trip whilst travelling through the California desert. Sound is received by the external studio microphone, travels through the pre-amplifier and into the elemental environment by way of an underwater speaker where it is detected by a hydrophone (underwater microphone). The sound then travels back through the pre-amplifier to an external speaker to the listener. 

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