|Meru Set 1 - Back of Screen 1|
For the moment I resist classifying this as sound art for reason which I will explain. Usually from that perspective, sound is an added element to a visual display. In this particular case i am entertaining the idea to look at in an complementary way. Here the concept is to having the totality of an immersive space replace or act a the musical score.As I am not imposing sound into the space, I am inviting the participants to explore
what is presented as options. This to me is more like a score.
|Meru Set 2 - Back of Screen 2|
|Meru Set 3 -Front of Screen 2|
|Meru Set 3 - Front of Screen 3|
|Meru Set 3 - Front of Screen 4|
|Meru Set 3 - Shadows on Wall|
9 of my Meru bars are used which are arranged in 4 sets of closely related pitches that cause beating.
|Meru Set 4- Back of Screen 3|
In the space, there is an over all placement starting from the entrance from low to high to correspond to the general character of the visual screens in which in turn is based on the space itself.
|Meru Set 4 - Front of Screen 4|
What happens is that each visual elements such as the screen ( not that the score is limited to them) might be viewed from more than one perspective.
|Meru Set 4 - Front of Screen 5|
|Meru Set 4 -View of The Tree|
|The Tree - Front of Screen 5|
|The Tree - Back of Screen 4|
|The Tree - Overall|
The space or score in this case thus reflects a totality, a universe that one finds one is within. All elements one witnesses in the space becomes part of the score thereby increasing the means in which the score can interact.