Soundwave ((6)): Aquaphonic at SOMArts
Multi-sensory performances of water-sonic phenomena by Marielle V. Jakobsons, Joshua Churchill, Matt Baldwin and Moses Hacmon.
Water and sound generate incredible phenomena. Artists reveal the mystifying aquatic properties through visible sound and vibration. Artist Meara O'Reilly explores beat frequencies, creating spatial interference patterns that allow people to hear complex rhythms through our liquid bodies and space. Artist and composer Marielle V. Jakobsons presents 'Macro Cymatic Studies,' which encourages immersion in water reflections connected to droning soundscapes with water wave projections, slow melodic violin, and psychoacoustic synthesizers which plays with our sense of scale and explores unifying matter through sound. Joshua Churchill investigates moving subsonic properties water through the feeling of sound, vibrating our bodies and exposing the unique and ubiquitous nature of this natural element.
SoMArts Cultural Center (View)
934 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA 94103