Instrumentation, variations

Site specific variations of Instrumentation presented internationally in France, Norway, Québec, Canada, Portugal, Slovenia and Italy from 2012 to 2014. Variation no. 3 (Chicoutimi) and Variation no. 8 (Québec City) are the most divergent. Variation no. 5 (Bergen, Norway) and Variation no. 2 (Halifax) not shown.

Instrumentation, variation no. 8
Québec City, Québec

2014

site-variable kinetic sound installation

Site specific eighth variation of Instrumentation. Peripheral spaces not ordinarily used for exhibition, occupied by assemblies of mechanical performers.

Instrumentation, variation no. 7
Montfort-sur-meu, France

2013

site-variable kinetic sound installation

Variation no. 7 in a disused church in Montfort-sur-Meu presented by Le Bon Accueil - lieu d'art contemporain, Rennes, France.

Instrumentation, variation no. 6
Nova Gorica / Gorizia - Slovenia / Italy

2012

site-variable kinetic sound installation

Minimal version presented in a project space in the border town of Gorizia, Italy for Pixxelpoint Festival 2012, organised in Nova Gorica, Slovenia.

Instrumentation, variation no. 4
Trondheim, Norway

2012

site-variable kinetic sound installation

A single room, single string variation in the Rake showroom, an exhibition space made of recycled building material. Part of Meta.Morf 2012 - Biennale for art and technology, Trondheim, Norway.

Instrumentation, variation no. 3
Chicoutimi, Québec

2012

site-variable kinetic sound installation

From a solo exhibition at [séquence], Chicoutimi QC. Three spaces were used, with no acoustic separation. The gallery ductwork and front windows were used as sound transmission mediums.

Instrumentation, variation no. 2
Halifax, Nova Scotia

2012

site-variable kinetic sound installation

Minimal version developed during a summer short residency at NSCAD. Suspended drum used as acoustic resonator and window vitrines used as speakers.

Instrumentation, variation no. 1
Guimarães, Portugal

2012

site-variable kinetic sound installation

Installed in Fabrika ASA, a colossal former textiles factory in Guimarães, Portugal as part of the Emergencies exhibition.