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  1. page Experimental Art group 2015 edited 2015 Class Miriam Elia Susannah Langdo Lewis Miles Meghan Rauch William Royle Chanel Sohier …
    2015 Class
    Miriam Elia
    Susannah Langdo
    Lewis Miles
    Meghan Rauch
    William Royle
    Chanel Sohier
    Costa Vakas
    Phuong Vu
    Manlin Yang
    Wen Zhang
    Lucy Brack
    Caroline Crane
    Clare Conway
    Mary Gibbons
    Danika Kennett
    Andrew Gorman-Murray
    Ameneh Ranjbar
    Jade Suine

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Monday, May 18

  1. page Lucy Brack 2015 edited ... {Lucy Profile Pic.jpg} Lucy Brack 2015 LB Random Device:: LB Experiment 1:: LB Experiment …
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    Lucy Brack 2015
    LB Random Device:: LB Experiment 1:: LB Experiment 2 :: LB Experiment 3
    Clouded Sensorium
    {Clouded Sensorium.jpg} LB Random Device:: LB Experiment 1:: LB Experiment 2 :: LB Experiment 3
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  2. page LB Experiment 2 edited ... Investigating and experimenting on Authorship and Narrative of my location and its contents. …
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    Investigating and experimenting on Authorship and Narrative of my location and its contents.
    Illuminating someones vision/art/words through my own vision, whilst using the parameters of the 15 randomly selected numbers/ random device.
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    of this loation.location. The shell,
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    Reviewing
    Being
    Being interested in
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    and cataloging, I concentrated on the collection
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    and selected booksbooks, I manipulated
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    the chart sheet with numbered selected andsheet.
    I altered the cover
    depending on
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    of times they were selected, I alteredthat book was selected collectively by the book cover. Usingparticipants.
    Using
    the original cover to recontextualise the
    I was also interested in the juxtaposition of new and old, Original vs New, Original vs manipulated.
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    IFrom the I have re
    {Aminas Selection.png} {Andrews selection.png} {annies bookshelf.jpg}
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  3. page LB Experiment 1 edited ... {Mind Map.jpg} The most visible mentions of the mind map for me were, Visualisation, Curated…
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    The most visible mentions of the mind map for me were, Visualisation, Curated, Escapism, Transference, Narrative, Structure, Space, Interpretation, Cover, Music, Pattern.
    I crunched number,numbers, looking for
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    preferential numbers.
    The result was a sheet of number perhaps representing
    Broken into a percentage of times the numbers came up

    Percentages

    From the data, the highest number received was 4. The highest percentage was 1
    The breakdown being
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    2 selected 22 times = 27.67%
    1 selected 49 times = 30.82%
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    73 remaining unselectednon selected books =
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    words that camecome to mind wereare Bar /
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    Symbols / languagelanguage.
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    my bookshelf, Howhow I wish
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    Narrative, the raconteur.Raconteur.
    I began
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    the location, transferingtransferring the location
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    my location. ( Books numbered 1-159)
    {Pie.png} Reviewing books selected the most {Pie 2.png} All selected books in pie
    {selected books.png} Selected books in chart {visual chart.png} Selected and not selected books in chart, Red and Blue summit chart
    I love the spacial representation through the graphs, especially the red and blue graph and look forward to utilising this visual data and the sheet of number within the need experiment.

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  4. page LB Experiment 3 edited LB Experiment 1::LB Experiment 2 :: LB Experiment 3 Sonic Soundwaves and Sonic Art Paul Thoma…
    LB Experiment 1::LB Experiment 2 :: LB Experiment 3
    SonicSoundwaves and Sonic Art
    Paul Thomas suggested I look at utilising

    I used
    a program called Photosounder,Photosounder (suggested by Paul Thomas).
    Initially
    I didn't know exatlywas not sure how I would incorporate this was going to be incorporated in my experimentations, after experiment 2 it was very clear to utiliseexperiment.
    How could my location communicate and
    the soundwave to create sonic art.communication between my location, authorship and narrative.
    I began reviewing the narrative, the collective narrative each person selected and
    I utilisedcreated soundwaves from the recontextualisedre contextualised collections "mini bookshelves"
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    Examples of some
    of each person who selected the numbers sequences, created a soundwave.
    Putting the 15 selections through photo sounder to create a soundwave.
    Soundwaves
    sound waves created.
    Caroline Sound wave
    Annie Sound wave
    I began reviewing the narrative and it re contextualised into a sound wave and how my location could communicate and the communication between my location, authorship and narrative. AtAt this same timetime, I became unwell and and I started thinking of my lack of cognitive function, I discovered clouded sensorium and wanted
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    in my work but it was not quite working until I startedwork, i began researching in sensoriuminto the musical sheet, visual data, orchestral, music, colour, movement, fluidity and started thinkingthe sensoral experience of my lacklocation.
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    I found some sources
    of cognitive functioninspiration, Roy De Maistre, John Nixon and I discovered clouded sensorium, whichJohn Aslanidis ( Sonic Network no.3 ) and sensorium. The works were almost reflective of my location, a hfound it enttaining that the work was vibrant and
    {IMG_2323.JPG} Roy De Maistre, Arrested Phrase from Haydn trio in orange - red minor 1919-1935 {john nixon colour music.jpg} John Nixon, Colour-Music Music composition 2007 {John aslanidis sonic network 3.jpg} John Aslanidis, Sonic Network No.3 2007
    Looking at shapes of collections
    lead me to Kinetic
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    Sculpture.
    I was interested in the collection and how to tell a story.
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    I
    found sources of Inspiration:Inspiration and reminders of my previous data visualisation within sonic art.
    Martin Klimas red and blue paint sonic blasts and Steve Roach's Structures of silence were reminiscent of the spacial graph.

    {Structures from
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    data graphs.
    As soon as
    {MK Sonic Art.png} Martin Klimas uses paint and photography to capture his sonic blasts {Fabian Oefner Sound Art.jpg} Fabien Oefer , Salt sonic Art
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    On searching sonic art,
    I found
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    Dr Adrian Moore, working with sound like clay , resonated with as a ceramicist.Moore.
    Dr Adrian Moore (director of the MA in Sonic Arts) says:
    “…let us throw ‘music’ out of the window but bear in mind ‘musical’; something with phrases, starts, ends, middles, highs, lows, louds, softs, breaths, pace, shape, form, emotion and energy. Think about working with sound like a potter works with clay. Take a sound and mould it to the shape you want. On some occasions that may be a fixed shape; at other times, we may end up with something completely random and fluid. What is it then? Clay, yes, but how do we describe the shape? As soon as we start describing things in terms of abstract details (thin, curved, round) and making references to other objects and emotions that have personal relationships with us (lively, frightening) the sooner we get a grip on how we can develop a structure.”
    www.sheffield.ac.uk/musicsource: www.sheffield.ac.uk/music
    As a ceramistceramist, when I
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    sonic art.
    from

    Referring back to
    the musicmusical sheet to the secondaryred and blue spatial chart infrom experiment 1, looking at re contextualisingI wanted to create a dialogue for my location and the collections created from the re contextualised book overs
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    contextualised book overscovers created through PhotoshopPhotoshop, with the
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    sonic art utilising
    Sonic Art
    The conditions were less than desirable, unfortunately as I wanted to use clay in my experiment, I was not able to use the sound studio at UNSW Art and Design, so I improvised.
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    Let's say I think my neighbours do not look upon me so favourably anymore.
    {DSCN4811.JPG} Soundwave through clay slip {DSCN4812.JPG}
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    were not always very visible.
    {DSCN4883.JPG} Food dye was added to illuminate the soundwaves through the clay {DSCN4904.JPG} Some visible sonic movement through the clay slip and dye.
    Dye was used in the clay slip, to illuminate the different vibrations, ripples, ribbons of movement, blobs.
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    of its own.own..
    Sonic art
    Posted by Lucy Jane Chanel Brack on Sunday, April 19, 2015
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    Sonic art
    Posted by Lucy Jane Chanel Brack on Sunday, April 19, 2015
    Musical notes escaping their bind and telling a narrative
    {Musical Note image.jpg} Musical Notes Liberated {Musical note.png} Musical Notes {Musical sheet.png} Musical Sheet {UCB_Ancient_Greek_Musical_Notation.png} Ancient Greek Musical Notation
    Upon first impression the location is just the sum total of its contents, on further experimentation it is an evolving , revolving narrative full of life, memory, dialogue.
    A totally multi sensoral experience.

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Sunday, May 17

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