Making a noise

Charlotte Parallel is heading to Singapore for an Asia New Zealand Foundation residency. Photo supplied.
Charlotte Parallel is heading to Singapore for an Asia New Zealand Foundation residency. Photo supplied.
Dunedin artist Charlotte Parallel has received a 2017 Asia New Zealand- Creative New Zealand residency to spend time at Instinc Gallery in Singapore.

Parallel, who completed her master's degree in fine arts at Dunedin School of Art in 2016, is a practising artist in the fields of sculpture, sound installation, collaboration and performance.

She has an interest in sonic cartography, in which sound is the means of directing attention to the active forces of a place, especially the ways in which, through our capacity as a transducer, we exist in a continuum of, and specific concentration within, the electromagnetic field.

''The opportunity is twofold for me. Firstly, to experience and sonically navigate Singapore through the lens of psychogeophysics. And secondly, to develop a relationship between our mutual artist-run spaces, Instinc and the Anteroom.''

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Bright sparks. People such as Charlotte are conduits of the music of the spheres.

 

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