Opening : 20 August Friday 5pm – 8pm (RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 20 August)
21 August Saturday & 22 August Sunday 2pm – 6pm
27 August Friday 3pm – 7pm
28 August Saturday & 29 August Sunday 2pm – 6pm
Echo Chamber is a multichannel sound installation that explores the notions of routine and domesticity in times of pandemic. Composed from field recordings created during lockdown walkabouts and the performance of humdrum activities, the work interrogates the role that repetition plays in our everyday lives.
The sound pieces are accompanied by a series of drawings. These works were created in parallel to the recordings and act as a visual anchor to the sound installation. Made with basic materials such as children’s crayons, the drawings depict, in part, portraits of the couple’s daughter, and aim to evoke a sense of the familial by employing everyday pictorial language.
Echo Chamber is the first exhibition in the Intro : spect series under Project DivFuse, where selected artists are invited to showcase their media-based work on site as a checkpoint of their long term artistic development.