Imagine a sonic artefact arriving from an unknown space and time. Sharon Phelan’s At the Threshold takes the listener on a journey through the dichotomous architecture of a conch shell, encountering acoustic anomalies told through feedback loops, field recordings and a constructed chorus of the artist's own voice and that of a digital surrogate at various stages of machine learning.
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At the Threshold
Interactive virtual sculpture, stereo audio, WebGL
Sharon Phelan is a Dublin-based artist, musician and writer specialising in digital media and sound. Her practice and research explore sonic communities, audile techniques and the technologies of voice, which inform her current project Vocal Artefacts – a series of primaudial virtual sculptures in the realm of sonic fiction.