Informed by the materials and aesthetics of architecture, Habitation is a study in tactility and connotation using concrete, steel, wood, glass and plexiglas. It aims to exploit the region between auditory and mechano-receptive information, where the mass and surface of an object may be implied to the mind by the sounds it produces. The work follows a simple narrative, wherein a series of rooms is constructed, their modes are excited by metallic impulses, and the structure finally slips into a violent state of disintegration.
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Bachynsky, Bazinjaneh, Bertrand Sauvé, Bosse, Campion, Candau, Daigneault, Dall’Ara-Majek, Dean, Feldman…47 tracks
Campion, Hansen, Madore, Tremblay-Begin4 tracks