Over Hear is an interactive audio installation taking place on the island of Inis Óirr, with the intent of creating a multilayered auditive experience built by merging elements of the folklore with soundscapes of the immediate environment. The audio recordings are composed into a new kind of melody, triggered by the movements of the audience interacting with the artwork.
—Over Hear is the first undertaking by the Sensory Archive Project, which has been founded by interdisciplinary collaborators: Researcher and Educator — Sarah Quinn, Multidisciplinary Designer — Alicja Pytlewska, Artist — Fabio Lattanzi Antinori and Textile Designer — Marie Molterer. This project acts as a blueprint for the experimental creative platform we have begun to establish. We believe in the promotion of artistic expression through creating works which in turn create opportunities for us to share our inspirations and skills through educational workshops. We promote interdisciplinary collaborations with an aim of breaking down boundaries and aiding unconventional expressions.
Over Hear — The Sound of Things series of workshops have been set up with the kind collaboration of the Galway Autism Partnership Project and 091 Labs in Galway, on 31 March and 1 April respectively.
For more information or to book a workshop please contact sarah (dot) e (dot) quinn (at) gmail (dot) com, or check out https://www.facebook.com/SensoryArchiveProject