‘The Sonosynthesiser’ – Tune in to echoes of the past.
The SWCTN are excited to support the showcase of new work from the Interactive New Creative Commission
‘The Sonosynthesiser’. The work has been developed by Falmouth based artist Emily Sorrell and supported by the SWCTN Immersion fellow Hannah Wood, collaborator Lucy Frears and Laura Giles from Screen Cornwall.
Come along and experience the work as part of Hello Culture Remix: Telling Tales at Watershed on Tuesday 28th January.
You can book tickets to take part in the work at the eventbrite page here.
About the event
Join Falmouth-based designer Emily Sorrell and software engineer Eddie Reeder to test the prototype of ‘The Sonosynthesiser’, which harmonises far-off and forgotten soundscapes, creating a space where past and present can sync.
Using a hand-held device, you will be able to locate and amplify fragments of sound from as far back as 1907. From a marriage in Mumbai, to bird calls in the blue mountains, explore echoes of worlds which may no longer even exist.
To try the Sonosynthesiser device, please book on to one of the half-hour slots, and arrive five minutes before your allotted time. There will be a limited number of walk-in tickets, therefore booking in advance is advisable.
This work is delivered as part of New Creatives, a talent development scheme supported by Arts Council England and BBC Arts, delivered in the South West by Calling The Shots. Sound Effects BBC Copyright.
This event is partnership with Calling the Shots, Screen Cornwall, Watershed and South West Creative Technology Network.