Interactive Art

Question: Do you like the sound of Squeaky Gates?

I would hate to have one outside my house, but on a walk, I often open and close gates several times to really hear the nuances of the sounds, my grandchildren look at me quizzically – just Granny being Granny!

This one is near Compton Abbas

and this one at Kingston Lacy

I have often thought, if I knew how to do it, I would create some kind of music out of the sounds, so I was delighted to discover that Alastair Duncan of Still Walks has done just that. Here is a link to his Soundscapes.

Alastair has been exhibiting his interactive weaving and is currently working on an exciting new project: Art and Audio Interactivity.

Very exciting! I hope to get to see his work as part of an exhibition in London in October at the Espacio Gallery

 

26 responses to “Interactive Art

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  4. I’ve got lots of squeaky doors and creaky floorboards in my house if somebody could do something with those πŸ˜‰

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  5. A couple of great short videos Sandra. I am sure there are a couple of haikus waiting to go with them.

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  6. You do have some intriguing quirks πŸ˜€ I’m not a lover of squeaky anything really – but I guess that is just because I haven’t learned to listen with appreciation as you obviously do. And your man has it right in the end – there is a form of music to be found in everything when we know how to share it….. Though I stopped at the gate soundtrack and wasn’t prepared to go any further – after all its 7 am and I’m still on first coffee ………

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  7. Lovely videos, Sandra – thank you! I like the sound of quiet foot steps and song birds, not that creaking gates aren’t also nice. πŸ˜‰

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  8. Mmm, interesting thoughts but noisy gates don’t do it for me I’m afraid. Now a nice steam train….

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  9. Thanks very much for the compliments and links Sandra. I am so pleased you like my work and really hope you can get to the exhibition.

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  10. The white gate, in particular, has the most beautiful sound. Enjoyed listening to the Autumn StillWalks. If you go to the exhibition, keep us posted.

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