Chrome/Boundaries Scaling Stereo Images and Promises (Some False): Viewing Microphones and Listening Cameras

    Chrome/Boundaries is an “overtly anti-expert” report of the long distance realities of documentation. Its images assimilate sight and hearing and the mechanics of audiovisual/information frames – relations at times incongruous. Things we see but do not hear, things we hear but do not see-through.

    For Coppice, diffused phenomena and the promises of devices to capture them form “an asymmetrical emblem of balance. ” Unlike timestamps and aging technologies, spectatorship is a fluid standpoint, decentralized, perhaps non-isolable, like listening.

    Executed, composed, and presented during Syros Sound Meetings’ Sounding Paths Residency (Ano Syros), and in Athens, July 2018.

    Read: Imaginary Correspondence (2018)