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Synecdoche: praha is a traditional electroacoustic performance piece with live diffusion, exploring the concept of spatialisation through the use of a diffusion setup of 6 speakers, arranged in a configuration that resembled an 'in-the-round' theatrical layout. The use of this stage set-up, with an audience sharing the 'performance' space, sought to explore and challenge the conventional 'theatrical' proscenium arch listening position, with the aim to create an awareness, in the listeners of the act of 'listening', rather than having a performer "face on" as the focus. The intention was to bring electroacoustic techniques to an audience relatively unaccustomed to the nature of this work in a live context.
|Media of output||Other|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Event||Prague Quadrennial - Prague, Czech Republic|
Duration: 1 Jun 2011 → …
Practice as Research: two related site-specific multichannel sound performances with additional live sound feed: Synecdoche:praha; The Ghost of Someone Not Yet Drowned (TGoSNYD)Lauke, K., Newall, H. & Griffin, J., 2011
Research output: Non-textual form › Exhibition