What does it sound like here?
David will explore a question that everyone should ask at least once in a while: "What does it sound1 like here2?" — and he’ll leave you aurally enlightened. His talk will include sonic examples of unknown quality3 that will be presented in an indeterminate order. A notebook or strong beverage4 is recommended.
1 One or more vibrations represented by real-time listening, any number of recording technologies, or (non-)instruments whether acoustic or electronic playing a method of abstraction that can include transcription, sonification, translational, etc.
2 This space at any number of varying temporal and geographic vectors.
3 In addition to unknown quality, an unknown quantity could also be presented, potentially simultaneously.
4 Coffee or grain alcohol.
About David Jensenius
Through a playful transformation of conceptual and material systems, David develops problems worth having, engaging across scales and complexities both human and nonhuman. David’s work has been exhibited internationally including New York (Issue Project Room, Union Square Farmers Market, and Columbia University), Kansas City (Grand Arts), Cleveland (Ingenuity Festival), London (Resonance FM), and Poland (Galeria Arsenał Białystok).
Recently in Ontario, SPURSE created a mobile app sound installation for CAFKA 2011 called MATR. David’s most recent work can be seen in an exhibition at the Elora Centre for the Arts May 17th through July 17th.