Beneath the Surface

I currently have a sound installation called Beneath the Surface at Enlighten Festival which runs each evening from 1 March until 10 March in Canberra. The festival is based around projections onto the national institutions based in the parliamentary triangle including the National Library of Australia, Questacon, National Portrait Gallery, National Gallery of Australia and Old Parliament House.

The Beneath the Surface installation features five listening stations, each with four sets of headphones, so that patrons can tune into a 10 minute looping soundscape comprised of hydrophone recordings from Lake Burley Griffin, while they take in some of the visual displays.

You can check out the blurb and some more details on the Enlighten website:

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