Below is my 60-100 word write up that has gone onto the Deleuezians of Grandeur website and the brochure that is being printed – with an image of me and my installtion. I chose this image because you cant really see me but it shows I am there and I that I have been a part of the setting up and installment of the installation from day one.
Influenced by sound and space, Teddy Hunter explores the use of music within naturally decaying buildings. This four film projected installation, Abandoned Symphonies, uses visuals and sound to create a new space within the room. As the audience becomes immersed in field recordings, the visuals of a girl who walks throughout the footage brings the abandoned space back to life using song. By walking in and out of the installation the audiences shadows and noises also becomes a part of the installation. This interaction between audience and installation is what Teddy Hunter wanted to create, where the audience feels like they are also a part of the space.