Resounding landscapes–combining psychogeography and elements of the landscape as composition
Place of Publication
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)
Experiencing a landscape can be a vivid and visceral experience. For artists in particular, landscapes can be a source of inspiration for works, as well as providing integral frameworks in the process. Arguably, the experience between the walker and the landscape is a multi-layered form of communicative expression, where the walker engages in introspective reflection in addition to engaging with the surrounding landscape. This paper will discuss how psychogeography and sonification methods are used to inform the author’s practice in creating audio-visual works, through examining the creative process of one of her works.