OBSERVATORY PROJECT: A SINE
New shows broadcasting from 7pm on the third Tuesday of each month.
The Observatory Project is an art-science collaboration that installs temporary ‘sound art observatories’ within scientific observatory sites. Formed in 2017, The Observatory Project operates at the intersection of sound art and science, by using sonic composition as a means to diagram, interpret, and re-imagine scientific processes of observation.
A SINE calibration events result in sound-works made using the generative sound sculpture, A SINE, at various stages of its evolving assembly. Analogue frequencies are generated and shaped by a series of physical processes, strategies, and tools of observation developed through conversation between the artists and guest scientists. These sonic frameworks are explored live during the AFM broadcasts.