・日期｜2020.09.19 – 2020.10.31
“Solid Light, Flowing Sound” is a site-specific installation that integrates glimpses of life in the marketplace. The audience can trigger and overlay pre-recorded sampling effects to create flowing sound-light scenery.
While listening to rhythms in urban spaces, we tend to refer people and things to on-site experiences and link them to our sonic memories. Henri Lefebvre’s discourse indicated that rhythm is actually about repetition. However, the soundscapes are always under construction. In other words, they are ever-changing. When observing various repetitive events in spaces, the rhythm then enters the process of constructing time perception. “Repetition” becomes the clue that links similarity and dissimilarity.
Through crowd participation, the ambient soundscape of the marketplace, which we usually regard as noise, is interlaced with music and becomes a co-creation process that forms the everyday rhythm. The mixing of various materials is like an experiment, leading us to discover those surrounded sceneries that we often neglect in a rush and commonplace.
・Gently touch metallic objects hanging on the grid. Can you recognize what the triggered sound is?
・What are other sonic memories related to traditional markets in everyday lives?