SONODECONSTRUCTION

speculative design

SOUND ISOLATIONHACKING NATIONAL GALLERYDUAL SOUNDS

Sonodeconstruction was a speculative design project, where the idea of sound can be used to supplement or unravel our obsession with the visual, and ultimately, change the perception of sound itself.

The project was broken into four major categories which all represented an element of sound: the builder / player / translator / interpreter. Project work then centred about this concept with an eye to designing speculatively for the ‘future’ as if Sonodeconstructionalism had taken over the world.

IMG_2409 copyIMG_2411 copyIMG_2413IMG_2436BUILDER
PLAYERIMG_2566IMG_2530LISTENERTRANSLATOR

SOUND ROLES IN ACTION

SOCIETIAL STRUCTUREEXPANDED AUDITORY SENSES'ART'ABILITY TO ECHOLATE

SPECULATING ABOUT FUTURE SOUND SOCIETIES
(RE: HUMAN EVOLUTION, ACTIVITIES & TOOLS)

In collaboration with Millie Cheung / Rocco Giovannoni / Lara Machado / Rhea Bhandari / Jin Seung Jang