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Classification: Social > Sound art, sculpture and performance
Recording date: 24 June 2013
Description: Made from three recordings of wind-powered sound installations at the Audible Forces display, Greenwich Park. They are: (1) of Arpeggi by Mike Blow, consisting of two large kinetic sculptures, each playing a series of notes and creating interfering sound patterns as they revolve in the wind. (2) Kathy Hinde's Sonic Reed Beds, in which the movement of reeds in the wind is re-created using clusters of upright steel rods topped with pieces of metal and stone. (3) Phantom Field by Mark Anderson, an array of 21 miniature synthesisers powered by and responding to the direction and force of the wind.
Technical guff: Headworn stereo. 2 x Shure WL-183 mics and Sony PCM-M10 recorder.
Recorded by: IM Rawes
Additional notes: Many thanks to Helen Frosi.