Hanging light bulbs became speakers for recorded sounds, as audio amplifiers powered the filaments. The complexity of the auditory landscape was reflective of the viewers in the space. The more individuals who were present, the more lively and complex the interaction of sounds were, as they were transformed into a temporary sonic community.
Shanna Sordahl is an American-Canadian sound artist and composer living in Oakland, CA. Her interdisciplinary interests and love of diversity cause her work to take on many dynamic forms, from composition and live performances to site-specific installations.