This proposal documents Activated Space, David Cunningham's project to develop and present a series of installations that alter an architectural space to allow its resonant frequencies to become audible and interactive. The project combines elements from sculpture, electronic media, music, architecture and acoustics.
Main Research Proposal
Appendix 2, electronic resource
Summary Curriculum Vitae
List of publications
The work approaches and will attempt to resolve the following issues:
How can active listening be encouraged?
How does our awareness of acoustic surroundings influence our perceptions?
What happens if you magnify the sound of a room?
Why is the role of sound increasingly coming to the fore within the Fine Arts?
How does technological change cause perceptual shifts which generate new potentials for awareness both inside an art/music context and generally?
The Research Fellowship period of this work at The University of Newcastle upon Tyne is summarised on this link