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FIVE FORMS FIVE SOUNDS


Five forms five sounds, takes the body as the central position to comprehend the relation between the object and its environment. Although based on/modelled around traditional musical instruments, the sound produced through these ceramic sculptures is heavily altered by their constitutive material. The artist is involved as the musician and sculptor; as reader and writer, embodying the social process and navigating both conception and perception. Once placed in its current setting the architecture undergoes a similar process. The remodelling of architectural elements into scenic devises is based upon the social relationship between viewer, object and artist, a process that both utilizes and defines the shape of the objects.