Gocha Tsinadze: Sound Walk (at St. Paul’s Chapel)

Soundwalk is a four channel interactive sound installation placed in the entrance of St. Paul’s Chapel during our presentations on Jun 26 and Jul 3. The participants activate, control and manipulate a multi channel sound environment based on their passage through the space. The floor of St. Paul’s is transformed into an visible grid of triggers that will be engaged based upon the audience’s passage through the space.

Sound Walk (at St. Paul’s Chapel)

Gocha Tsinadze
Sundays, Jun 26 & Jul 3, approx. 7 to 8:15 pm
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Location:
St. Pauls Chapel, Broadway and Fulton Street New York

Gocha Tsinadze’s Soundwalk is a four channel interactive sound installation placed in the entrance of St. Paul’s Chapel during our presentations on Jun 26 and Jul 3. The participants activate, control and manipulate a multi channel sound environment based on their passage through the space.

The floor of St. Paul’s is transformed into an visible grid of triggers that will be engaged based upon the audience’s passage through the space. “Soundwalk” is aimed at arming the motion of the audience and scoring a space collaboratively by viewer and composer.

Gocha Tsinadze (www.droneclone.bandcamp.com) is a New York based, installation and performance based artist working largely with Sound, New media and programming. Tsinadze constructs installations and performances implementing max/msp, cameras, modified guitar, turn table, samplers and found sound. He creates ephemeral sonic spaces which evolve through viewer participation and action. His works merge and blur the distinction between space, memory and experience by incorporating sight specific elements and manipulating live and prerecorded sound in order to re-contextualize the experience of particular space.

He has exhibited and performed at New Jersey Institute of Technology, The Tank, Monkeytown, Shore institute for Contemporary Art, 58 Gallery, Esoro Polymedia, Harvestwoks.

 

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