Caroline Locke: Sound Inventory

12.07.12 - 30.09.12
Sound Inventory, shown on the Concourse, involves various sounds from around the world, which Locke has recorded and collected for almost two decades. Some of these processed samples are then passed through water and captured using digital stereomicroscopy to create beautiful and intriguing images, each revealing a clear visual relationship with the original sound source. Each sound, place of recording, date and time is notated in an inventory chart.

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Caroline Locke is an innovative interdisciplinary artist working with sculptural devices, new and old technology, sound, video and live elements, to make works that are often sited in public spaces as well as in galleries and performance venues. Water and vibration are recurrent themes running through her practice.

Locke’s Sound Fountains bring together research from the last 10 years; passing sound waves through water and allowing the spectator to experience the ‘sight of sound’. These interactive works enable the audience to trigger different sound sequences, build their own soundscapes and explore the waveforms made on the water’s surface. 
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