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Exhibition Research - Group Presentation Group 9 Group Members & Specialisms Russell Bennett – Sound on Film Sophie Buttler – Interactive Media in Education Michael Carey – Live Recording in a Studio Environment Raemond Cook – Studio Recording & Acoustical Treatments

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Exhibition Research - Group Presentation

Group 9

Group Members & Specialisms

Russell Bennett – Sound on Film

Sophie Buttler – Interactive Media in Education

Michael Carey – Live Recording in a Studio Environment

Raemond Cook – Studio Recording & Acoustical Treatments

Ross Cunningham – Manipulating Natural Sounds and Extracting Music

Professional Practice Module Deliverer: Robin Sloan


Research
Research

As a group, we visited the following exhibitions:

Hannah Maclure Centre

McManus Galleries

The DCA

Cooper Gallery, Dundee University

Group 9 Russell Bennett, Sophie Buttler, Michael Carey, Raemond Cook, Ross Cunningham


Hannah mcclure centre
Hannah McClure Centre

  • All work spread out

  • Minimalistic style

  • White walls

  • Large, unique styles

  • Short pieces of information next to each item of work

Group 9 Russell Bennett, Sophie Buttler, Michael Carey, Raemond Cook, Ross Cunningham


Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre

  • Minimalistic Style

  • Enticing & Unusual

  • Animated & Interactive

  • Poor Layout

  • Sound Exhibit – Unappealing & Unnerving Lack of Information

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Sensation – Science Centre

  • Informative

  • Well laid out – Spaced out

  • Clearly signed

  • Co-ordinated

  • Large demonstration

  • Lots of interactive applications

  • Only downside is reliability of equipment

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Russell s slides
Russell’s Slides

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Russell’s Slides

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Sophie s slides
Sophie’s Slides

From our research, I’ve decided that for an exhibition to be successful, it should be:

Minimalistic

Informative

Colourful / interactive to attract viewers attention

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Sophie’s Slides

  • Colourful

  • Game symbolises the involvement of children

  • Posters will detail process of project, questionnaire results and testing results

  • Laptop to demonstrate application

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Michael s slides
Michael’s Slides

Live recording in a studio environment

  • Exhibiting sound in a more appealing way:

  • People are more drawn to visuals

  • Overly involved exhibits make people uncomfortable

  • Lack of information makes people lose interest

  • To much information makes people feel over whelmed

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Michael’s Slides

  • Eye catching poster in order to catch people attention.

  • Poster on the wall clearly explain my project.

  • Information available to take away.

  • Computer playing examples of my recordings.

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Raemond s studio slides
Raemond’s Studio Slides

  • Drum Room

  • Adaptable

  • Practical

  • Modern

  • Inexpensive

  • Upgradeable

  • DIY Construction

  • Portable

Using pre-made book shelves with acoustic foam panels to make portable sound baffles

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Raemond’s Studio Slides

  • Live Room

  • Unique

  • Modern

  • Recyclable

  • Conceptual

  • Artistic

  • Inspired

  • Cost Effective

Utilizing wood waste such as pallets to create an acoustic chamber within a room, minimizing reflective surface area

Group 9 Russell Bennett, Sophie Buttler, Michael Carey, Raemond Cook, Ross Cunningham


Any questions
Any Questions?

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Ross s slides
Ross’s Slides

  • Morphing from one state to another e.g Escher

    Metamorphosis II (1940) M.C Escher

  • DVD showcasing transformation from original sounds to finished compositions

  • Example: Muse Absolution documentary (2003), reverse percussion effect in Endlessly

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Ross’s Slides

Layout of exposition space

Focus on demonstrating the transformation from ‘found sounds’ to composition

Group 9 Russell Bennett, Sophie Buttler, Michael Carey, Raemond Cook, Ross Cunningham


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