Five of the soundscapes made to coincide with “Abstract in Calder Pink” used similar production & arrangement techniques. Each of there five users had different occupations, with both users feeling their soundscapes representing their feelings towards the painting 80%. However, each of there users worded their expressions of the painting in different ways.
In contrast, two seperate users described their feelings towards the painting in extremely similar ways. They both felt their soundscape represented their feelings towards the painting 80%. The two audio soundscapes turned out to be completely different in sound. The only other differences between these users were occupation, hobbies and gender.
This is the invite for our final exhibition for project Audiolise. The exhibition will take place from the 1st-3rd of June in PJ Carrolls building in DkIT.
This is where we will be showcasing our findings that we have gathered from our first two exhibitions and it is really throwing up some interesting feedback.
Hope to see you there!
We had our 2nd exhibition in The Exchange Gallery in Temple Bar, Dublin last night and it was a raging success. The response and feedback was more than we expected. We would like to take this chance to thank each and every person who attended the night. We all really enjoyed the experience and got to meet alot of new and interesting people.
We are now getting into the process of compiling and analysing the data we have gathered and it is already throwing up some interesting results.
We will continue to blog and update you on our progress over the next two weeks and look out for our next documentary teaser coming soon.
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