Three members of the Making Sense of Sounds project (David Frohlich, Philip Jackson and Christian Kroos) participate in an art exhibition exploring the topic ‘water’ with 2D and 3D photography, spatial audio, video and installation art.
Wed 5 July 2017 to Sat 8 July 2017
Daily Viewing 10 - 4pm
Lewis Elton Gallery
University of Surrey
Tue 4 July 2017, 5.30pm
Gliding under the surface of a photograph, sinking into the depth of sound, being washed away by video.
Concept: David Frohlich
The exhibition presents the following works:
Kaihe Guo & David Frohlich
A meditation on the calming properties of water
Immersive wall projection with sound
Additional photography by River Yingchuan Li and Jean-Yves Guillemaut. Spatial audio editing by Philip Jackson.
Transfiguration of water: From gas to solid
The changing nature of the liquid form
A film of still stereographic images with sound
You cannot fold a flood / And put it in a drawer (Emily Dickinson)
These works are the result of a collaboration between artists, designers and engineers working on the future of film, photography and sound recording. The making of the pieces will be discussed in a public lecture on the opening night. With the support of Digital World Research Centre, Centre for Vision Speech & Signal Processing and a Chinese Government visiting scholarship to Kaihe Guo.