L’Insominac à L’Aube to Dusk

An installation that invites an awake interactions together or alone with recycled items to create various sounds. In turn, these sounds will create ripples.

L’Insominac à L’Aube to Dusk invites the surrounding sounds in our connection with solitude when awake vs the inevitable unconscious state of sleep or in a dreamlike state, which is experienced alone.

However, what happens when we resist the paralysis of our bodies with its overactive activities of the mind when asleep to an overly awake active mind when awake?

Do surrounding sounds become chaos or soothing?

Do these resonate into our unconscious minds connecting threads, rewiring the self to then reflect within our relationship with ourselves and to others?

Is there a connection to a conversation?

Can L’Insominac à L’Aube be a conversation with ourselves?

Is this my dialogue?

L’Insominac à L’Aube to Dusk (see below)

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Untangling Noises of Matter

Guest Speaker at the Inside/Outside Symposium Louis Braddock Clarke will talk about his art-research project ‘Untangling Noises of Matter’ which relates to a layer of geography outside of practiced human senses and therefore consciousness.

Louis Braddock Clarke with his ‘Radio Ear’

Louis Braddock Clarke (GB/NL) works as researcher and creative practitioner interpreting notions from domains of art, geography, physics and philosophy. He Seeks out concealed obscurities lurking in daily life, uniting cartographic language, new materialism and modes of peripheral vision. 

Louis with his ‘Radio Ear’ instrument, harvesting electronic signals and processing them to be experienced in an offline landscape. 

About the Talk

The shifting landscapes of material in a rapid economic world have led to electromagnetic phenomenas. Louis’ talk will draw in on the techno-centric layers of these human activities, showcasing tools and methods of unearthing the records of deep-time amalgamated in the chaos of signals on the surface. The analysis of these sonic-geologies allows for a positioning of the self within our current shifting landscapes.