Installation
         
  Cline Series 2005 Place    
  The Beat Jigsaw SARC    
         
         
         
    Sound Installation @ Place
    Ed Osborn - The Cline Series 2005
         
    Venue:PLACE Built Environment Centre
Admission : FREE
   
       
       
       
The Cline Series is a composition designed specifically for a set of custom-designed metal loudspeaker objects that exhibit variations in shape and contour. Organic in appearance, the objects contain multiple permutations of simple visual forms. The title comes from a biological term that refers to the graded sequence of differences within a species, and the Cline Series uses this concept as its launching point. This installation reflects on the relationship between the built environment and sound. The work introduces acoustic sources as architectural objects in an exploration of a sense of place through sound.

Ed Osborn is a media artist who has performed, exhibited, lectured, and held residencies internationally. His artworks take many forms including installation, video, sculpture, and performance. They demonstrate a visceral sense of space, aurality, and motion combined with a precise economy of materials.  Ranging from rumbling fans and sounding train sets to squirming music boxes and delicate feedback networks, Osborn's pieces function as living systems that are by turns playful and oblique, engaging and enigmatic.

Opening Hours: 28 th April - 4 th May
Tuesday/Wednesday 9:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday 12:00pm - 9:00pm
Friday / Saturday 9:30am - 5:30pm

29 th April 16:00 Opening
 
   
     
         
 
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    The Beat Jigsaw
    Gavin Morris + Tom Davis
         
    Venue: SARC
Admission : FREE
   
         
         
         
The Beat Jigsaw is an Interactive Multimedia Installation operated by moving wooden blocks around a pane of glass, the user triggers a series of audio and video loops with which one can create sample based music and at the same time generate VJ style graphics. The Beat Jigsaw takes it's samples from other works presented at Sonorities; it is a musical instrument, an immersive experience and most importantly, a lot of fun to play with!  
 
 
         
       
 
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