Mano P Coco presents a personal exploration of an intimate moment between the artist and his daughter. The starting point of the project was an audio recording made a year ago at the Fire Station.
The recording captures a specific moment in time in which Rouseré was observing his daughter experimenting and spontaneously creating a melody. Based on this moment, he created a series that responds to his feelings of this incident, and how memory morphs with time.
The exhibition showcases sculptures, video and a sound installation around the theme of preserving memories and how memories fade with time.
Guillaume Rouseré is a sonic artist who was in residence at the Fire Station in 2018-2019. In his work, he explores the influence of sound on how people feel in their environment. He works across formats from soundscapes to immersive installations and interactive sound sculptures.
He has contributed to wide range of projects from exhibitions to art installations. His solo work includes “Drifted” (2017), an interactive sound sculpture that evolves the natural frequency of materials using granular synthesisers, and “Tubulus Aeolus” (2018), a sonic sculpture made from found materials resonating with the desert wind.
Location: Workshop 3, Fire Station
Opening: October 15, 2019 at 7pm
Exhibition will run until November 2
Saturday to Thursday: 9am – 7pm
Friday: 1:30pm – 7pm