‘Garden’ quadrophonic diffusion, duration 12’
This work is based on the idea: to reduce twelve hours (8am- 8pm) recordings into twelve minutes phonography composition.On the 14th of July, 2009 I have undertaken the process of recording soundscape of the garden which belongs to the property I lived in. I have set up four mono microphones in each corner of the garden. Later, I have been recording simultaneously on all four microphones. After achieving final edit, I could recreate this soundscape in the studio. In the composition, each minute represents one hour of a day, for ex. 1st minute of this composition represents time between 8am and 8.59am, and so on.
“Garden” consequently demonstrates day- time soundscape progression of the urban area in the south- west London, UK. It aims to relocate soundscape of the garden and place it as a phonography diffusion inside the gallery space.
On the website you are listening to the stereo mix.