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Heima – An exploration of ‘Viewing (How do we perceive objects?)’\ud \ud An examination of the relationship between citizens and city space; and more immediately, the potential of sound to evoke, describe and delineate the parameters of domestic environments.\ud \ud Currently under development – with specialist acoustic design input from Arup – are a series of acoustic models of two dwellings, a typical mid-19thC tenement apartment – as found in the North Woodside area of Glasgow, now demolished – and its late 1960’s high-rise replacement, still standing.\ud \ud Using the original working drawings of both spaces, to create ambient audio representations of three dimensional space, the work will directly compare the effect and narrative potential of sound within such spaces, and seek to challenge the dominance of the visual in archival representation, of now vanished or significantly\ud reconstructed places (in this instance mid19th–mid 20thC North Woodside in Glasgow, which was for a brief period, one of the worlds' most densely populated urbanised areas).\ud \ud The work is currently in the developmental stage. As such, exhibited material will include scale models of the two apartments, indicating the process of visual dematerialisation, eg via clear acrylic and electroluminescent wire. Associated material will be available online allowing user interaction including engagement with elements\ud from a sound library related to the context of the work.

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