Sound Reasons | POINTS IN SPACE – I | Immersive Sound Installations | 06 – 12 Dec 2017 |

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Raqs Media Collective
Vivan Sundaram
Ish S

Sound Reasons
POINTS IN TIME – I

Spatial Sound Art Installations | Immersive Sessions |

06 – 12 December 2017
Siddhartha Hall
Goethe Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan
New Delhi

Artists : Raqs Media collective, diFfuSed beats, Vivan Sundaram and Ish S
Opening :
Wednesday, 06 December | Timing: 7 pm |
Exhibition on view :
06 December – 12 December, 2017 |Timing: 11 am – 7 pm |
Walk through/ Live Performance :
8 December, 2017 | Timing: 7 Pm

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Sound Reasons | Points in Time | Immersive Sound Installations | New Delhi |

Architecture is Frozen Music” – Goethe

Points in Space – I is a set of installations created at Sound Reasons by Ish S and diFfused beats over the past 8 years. A couple of the multi-channel works presented here have been created in collaboration with Raqs Media Collective and Vivan Sundaram. These sound installations are based on spatial listening processes and the audience is encouraged to navigate the sonic space in order to get a heterogeneous perception of sound, time and space created within the installation. Here, the sound develops spatially and its discovery unfolds itself in the present, bringing with it the experiences of sound and listening as an immersive spatial sculpture.

These installations are about listening and the subjective experiences derived. It is a sort of sonic heterotopia wherein various experiences are created which are a part of both the imagination and reality. Sound here is actually created spatially in the listening of it and in its inventions is in the imagination of the listener. The sound works presented at Points in Space -I outline the creative interplay between the phenomenological objectivity of the sonic phenomenon created and the subjectivity of the perceptions filtered through individual experiences. Imaginary narratives can be drawn to trace the individual experiences of listening to the sonic works installed from various ‘Points in Space’. These non-locational perspectives in turn initiate deeper immersive listening experiences, while drawing attention to the finer points of sound, its movements, its processes and its form through spatiality.



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