THE ACOUSTIC HISTORY OF GOAN HERITAGE
Akash Sharma, Snehal Thomas
Venue: FUNDAÇÃO ORIENTE, PANJIM
Time: 10:30 – 20:00
Sound measures space and makes it comprehensible
We stroke the boundaries of space with our ears.
An alternative exploration of Goan history and heritage, a backdoor where the past presents itself, not as historical data or art, but as an experience. Over time, all enduring historical spaces recorded in various media will witness losses of context and content. At the outer edges of this information loss is acoustic data. This installation, based on conserving Goa’s heritage through sound, is produced through extraction of its acoustic data that has endured through time.
Presenting a live experience that recreates the acoustics of several Goan architectural and heritage landmarks, the installation requires you to move through historical spaces and engage with these distinct acoustic environments. Set in the spaces of Fundacao Oriente located in Fontainhas, a heritage belt in the city of Panjim, architectural history in the form of sound will be recreated for the public with a special audio-mapping process.
Akash Sharma is an experimental artist whose works range from visual art, data mapping, data manipulation, algorithmic compositions, and sensor-based music.He has a very strong foundation in engineering. He has developed several algorithms for sound manipulation and processing. He has handled multiple projects on various short films, albums, etc as a composer, engineer, and producer.
Snehal Thomas Jacob
Snehal is an experimental artist/musician with a background in graphics and sound design whose work range from, visual art, soundscape and texture based compositions, mix-media and audio visual installations
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