Underground car parks are richly detailed sonic environments. These large reverberant spaces magnify, diminish and transform the various sounds existing with the space: rumbling of car engines, clattering shopping trollies, footsteps, electronic doors, ventilation systems, etc. Over a given duration too, this environment can be perceived as having a natural order about it – with unique voices, rhythms and sequences; much like that of a natural environment.
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Tristan Louth-Robins (*1981, Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian artist working principally in the medium of sound art. Ideas of sound and its signification are key elements in Louth-Robins' work, traversing the space between the visual and aural his sound art is realised through the mediums of recordings, installation and performance. He is interested in sound and its associative implications - including its relationship to objects, technology, urban space and the natural world. Since 2005 Louth-Robins has performed and exhibited work in Australia and internationally as a solo artist, whilst occasionally collaborating with visual artists, musicians and performers. In 2010 he completed his MA at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide, South Australia. View all posts by tristanlouthrobins