The Center for Digital Art and Experimental Media and the School of Music co-host this presentation of Jonty Harrison's Voyages, presented in Holographic Higher Order Ambisonic surround-sound.
Jonty Harrison’s Voyages
One of the big beasts roaming the electroacoustic savannah, Jonty Harrison combines technological sophistication and psychological subtlety with insatiable hunger for sound. His hour-long Going / Places ranges far and wide, quite literally, grazing materials from around the globe: railroad horns from Ohio; bubbling geothermal pools in Iceland; calls to prayer in Istanbul; Mexican bagpipers; frogs in Borneo; market callers in Melbourne. A travelogue of bewildering discontinuities, it rushes on with the uplifting fluency of a dream. Voyages also features Espaces cachés, a series of scenes and apparitions also crafted from found sounds.
—Julian Cowley, The Wire
Espaces cachés (2014)
Going / Places (2015)
More about Jonty Harrison: https://www.electrocd.com/en/artiste/harrison_jo/Jonty_Harrison