TR-470 HT-DB BOZALİOĞLU (2016) is a collaborative installation project with Guoda Dirzyte. Our intention was to create a sound sculpture that would play itself independently of the viewer. We used primarily found objects: a discarded cable drum with six guitar strings stretched between the two circular palettes at the bottom and top surrounding the cylindrical centre. The cylinder encases the electronic components of the piece, including an amplifier, a small mixing unit, a guitar effects unit and an Arduino Uno, which controls the moving elements of the sculpture. All of the strings have contact microphones attached to them, thus making amplification possible.
SOUND FOR SCREEN
Audio-visual piece using a documentary from the 1920s on songbirds re-edited and transformed. The accompanying sound uses samples from improvisation sessions at the University of Brighton and field recordings from the area.
Experimental Video using archive footage - courtesy of Screen Archive East of Brighton and footage filmed at the same locations, shot through prisms.
Composition using field recordings and digitally synthesised drones.
Experimental Sound for a short video by Gustav Freij, filmed through a kaleidoscope
SOUND DESIGN FOR ANIMATION
UNEASINESS AND TRIANGLE
Alternative sound design for the animation by Masanobou Hiraoka Uses live recordings and found sound in conjunction with synthesised sound. Sound design, Foley, Sound editing and Vocals by Grae.
MÁS HANGOK (2016-present) is collaborational project with Guoda Dirzyte. A combination of bowed, plucked and percussive sounds erupting from a hand-carved instrument accompanied by eerie vocals, an improvised collaboration creating a dialogue. Inspired by Marion Causin’s and Gaspar Claus’ Jo Estava Que M’Abrasava.