Rich urban soundscape of this starkly ‘visual’ audio work draws the viewer in to follow a narrator’s voice observing people and architecture while walking the streets of the city. Tension between the alienated tone of the voice and the narrator’s subtle interactions with people she meets creates an ambiguous realistic yet surreal atmosphere. The audio should be listened to with headphones in order to get the full spatial audio effect.
Laurieston walk installation view. So It Is exhibition, curated by YAKA Collective, The Laurieston Railway Arches, Glasgow, November 2014