Virginia Woolf goes to the Park Jeremy Gaudet

The piece concerns the relationship between man and nature. Virginia Woolf, as an emblem of the modern human, ventures out to the park. However, it must be realized that the park is not nature itself; it is merely a creation of man’s portrayed as nature. And it is the same with Woolf, since she is not “human” but rather an ape who has separated herself from the past in the same way that the park was separated from nature – both are creations. During the piece, Woolf realizes this, and what ensues is the reaction not in the actual world but in her mind, akin to her writing style.

  • Year of composition: 2008
  • Genre: Audio art
  • Hardware used: Mac Pro
  • Software used: Digital Performer
  • Duration of the submitted work: 6:08
  • Production: University

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  • Arsenault, Basanta, Blouin, Cavell, Currie, Dussault, Eddington, Fegelman, Gaudet, Gauthier…
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