Control

After researching ‘authority’, the one thing that stood out to me was “the right to control”. This project allowed me to experiment with noises (whether they be natural or modified) that, sometimes, consciously or subconsciously attract our attention. My aim with ‘Control’ was to take ambient sounds we are somewhat familiar with and exercise the control they have over our thought processes. I decided to play with the idea that I, the creator, have absolute control over what my audience is listening to. This task was made with the intention to be quite literal in relation to what you are listening to. This can be heard through the sounds of glass shattering, a clicking pen, and familiar tones found on our mobile phones.

Reference:

Flat Line (55 seconds)

Talking Crowd (13- 23 seconds) 

Glass Shattering (30 seconds)

“Help Me” (48 seconds)

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