Stay, create and present in th heart of Tokyo
Larissa Linnell & Eliot Palmer
Residence Period: 2013.03.01-2013.03.31
water fibre - Open Studio by Larissa Linnell & Eliot Palmer
March 23rd - 24th (Sat. / Sun.), 15:30 - 18:30
Venue: 203, 2F 3331 Arts Chiyoda
Artist Talk & Drinks: March 23rd (Sat),16:00 ~
Larissa Linnell's work draws attention to the largely unobserved aspects of experiencing a place, such as sound and touch/texture. Her work is paper-based, covering drawing, printmaking and sculpture.
Eliot Palmer composes for touch and sound. He uses low frequency transducers to activate sound in a location, such as rattles and buzzes made from metal, glass and wood.
The artists work water fibre made at 3331 Chiyoda brings together suspended paper relief forms with sound and vibration. The work is made from many pieces of torn and formed washi paper, hung as a floating panel in the space. The composition is tuned to resonance and rustling in the surface of these paper shapes.
water fibre incorporates sound recordings of vibration in wood and paper in the Komyogi Temple, Kamiyacho.
Larissa Linnell website: http://larissalinnell.net/
Eliot Palmer website: http://surfaceresonance.net
Larissa Linnell's work draws attention to the largely unobserved aspects of experiencing a place, such as sound and touch/texture. Her work is paper-based, covering drawing, printmaking and sculpture. She also leads interdisciplinary projects, using sound recording and drawing.
Eliot Palmer's projects include composition for auditory and tactile sensory crossover, and applying low frequency transducers to activate sound -distortions, rattles and buzzes made from metal, glass and wood. Compositions based in these sounds are used to draw attention to the form and decay of sites, grounded by an understanding of their usage and local history.
Eliot and Larissa have previously collaborated for projects in Melbourne (RMIT Project Space / Spare Room), Australia, Darwin (24Hr Art), Australia, and Beijing (Red Gate Gallery), China.