The idea that sound - as a constructive material - can regenerate our experience of a given space has influenced my decision to develop work for a specific location, and in my pursuit of a suitable unconventional/non-art space I discovered a disused railway tunnel near Old Warden (UK).
14 Jul 2014
As a musician existing primarily within the popular music sector, I have felt bound to the compositional confinements of conventional music that is determined by a series of rules and restrictions imposed by the spaces in which it is performed. Distancing myself from these confinements, my current artistic practice endeavours to experiment with alternative methods of creating and exhibiting sound. My practice-led research has enabled me to comprehend the strong relationship between sound and space, and understand that the way we experience a space is largely determined by our aural perception and our physical presence within that space.
Find the accompanying zeen for this project at:http://issuu.com/lianray.pienaar/docs/lianray_pienaar_-_zeen/1