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Sound Dreaming

Sound Dreaming

Soundreaming is an audio-visual art project from the artists, Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko. It is a digital audio-visual archive which uses the environment as the principle inspiration for the project.

"We are a duo of multidisciplinary artists based in Warsaw and maintaining together on many art levels. Our main interest focuses on photography, graphic design and sound – in particular, the intersection area between these practices. We create what we call ‘sound situations’ through both physical objects and ephemeral pieces.Because sound for us is the ultimate precious thing, something frail and easily overlooked, it holds the most potential to truly free the imagination. Our practice also engages with the contemporary soundscape to select and rephrase the notion of noise as unwanted element."

"We believe that projects based on collaboration are more inspiring than an individual action. Of course, each of us has his own role to play. In our project we can extract and individual layers - sounds, images or videos that can exist separately. Our artistic research addresses questions of future technology in tune with digital aesthetics and the traditional fine arts. We are fascinated by artificial world of technology and its comparison to the structure of the nature."

"Soundreaming emphasises the importance of the acoustic environment in our memory and perception of place. Soundscapes replace photography as the dominant documentary element at the core of the work. The visual and graphic representation is directly inspired by the audio documentation of these places. The emphasis placed on the power of ambient sound to tell its own story. This technique allows the transparency of environmental sound to shape the audience’s perception of the artwork and allows the context of the visual work more freedom to express itself as it is set free from its traditional role."

"We believe that projects based on collaboration are more inspiring than an individual action. Of course, each of us has his own role to play. In our project we can extract and individual layers - sounds, images or videos that can exist separately. Our artistic research addresses questions of future technology in tune with digital aesthetics and the traditional fine arts. We are fascinated by artificial world of technology and its comparison to the structure of the nature."

"Soundreaming emphasises the importance of the acoustic environment in our memory and perception of place. Soundscapes replace photography as the dominant documentary element at the core of the work. The visual and graphic representation is directly inspired by the audio documentation of these places. The emphasis placed on the power of ambient sound to tell its own story. This technique allows the transparency of environmental sound to shape the audience’s perception of the artwork and allows the context of the visual work more freedom to express itself as it is set free from its traditional role."

Q&A with... Sarah Maddox

Q&A with... Sarah Maddox

Josh Huxham - Silence

Josh Huxham - Silence