Non Human Sonic Entity Sonic Embryonic Matter Sonic Possibilism Sonic Being Haptic Sonic User Experience Zensonic Xenolalia Metasonic Gateway Aural Sex Functional Auditory Hallucenogenic Tool The Contemporary Ear


NON HUMAN SONIC ENTITIES invites participants to explore the latent potential of semantic sonic user experience in a virtual web ‘space’ with imagined non human sonic entities. Virtual ‘sound architectures’ and their already established networks present a sonic fictioning and an institutionalised personal reality based around digital sounding avatars, personas and cognitive identities. A multi-dimensional reality resulting from the overlay of possibilities upon the world, challenging the convergence of experience in a space and the sound contained within it. What does it mean for something which is more commonly regarded as abstract and ethereal to become intrinsically linked to a specific physical sound? Non Human Sonic Entities places you within a fictional experiential narrative to deconstruct, generate and rebuild sonic possible worlds through new ways of experiencing and thinking about sound.


Architectures, archetypes and entitiesrepresent new possible worlds and dimensions. Entities communicate with the experiencer through synthetic, acoustic and material deconstructions of language, giving a voice to the more than human world. Aural evolutions of communication, aspects of language from the animalistic, synthetically modelled screams, expanded calls and repurposed roaring soft materials speak out into space. The entities act as generative new forms of vocalisation, visually and sonically based around the abstraction of speaking systems. This takes place through shape, texture and sonic characteristic, a generative ecosystem in which many possible embryonic sonic experiences can unfold. Non Human Sonic Entities expands our relationship with remote forms of life and our capacity to travel through fictional realities, we must create new experiential worlds to understand the deep connectivity to our environment and other human or non-human beings we all contain.

Each entity contains their own sonic body, persona and identity through a generative existence of sound and 3Dmaterial form of expression, as you move through the digital space, you will come across non human sonic entities and listen to their sonic field. 

An eco-sonic platform in which sounds develop due to interaction, synthetic persona’s and exaggerated non-human entities communicate through synthetic and organic glossolalia.

This work is a possible future expressing a contemporary sonic way of being In the world. The importance ofmapping non-human forms of expression through identity stripped beings, narrative breakdowns of what constitutes our sonic humanness and what it means to function as an intellectual being within an institution of sound. 

I believe sound is a functional tool for us to imagine any possible past or future within its rights to be defined by now, as it happens and it dissipates, being a now, it is only defined as what it is tied to. 

Sound could propose any 'thing' if we train our minds to breakdown our experiential ties to it, our beings can relearn meanings, we can strip an object of a physical or mental trauma through systematically understanding sound in new and interesting way's, we can strip a sound of all of it's meaning to become only a possibility for new meaning. 

A Morphology of sound, the suggestive, the questionable, the ever expansive


The individual, the collective, sonic thought, applied to reality


The non formation of habitual listening


The un voice


The voice before it enters reality


There is no ideal condition


Within which things and no-things co-specify and define one another


Inaudible, metaphoric and immaterial


Voices are both heard and silenced


Processed through movement and acoustic actions


Of a body


Suggested by experience


A state of the inaudible, fabricates a new kind of sonic reality


A reality only to be experienced within the mind


Do not merely refer to the absence of some ‘thing’


Refer to a supposed ‘place’ or ‘field’ of potential


The existence of the in between of things


Sonic delineation


Morality


Ethical epistemology


Everythingness


A sound, a voice, a sonic material, 


an inaudible object


Auditory metaphors, sonic figures of thought


A metaphorical communication to any


One


Refrain from sound existing, as something already existent


Before developed into its reality, or realities


The non experience / experienced


Possible sonic futures


Possible sonic idealisms


Sound stripped from the thought of what it exists as


What can sound become


Without an attachment


Do not apply any one referential possibility to any one sound


Hear it as a framework of possibilities


Sound, ever expansive as itself


A physical movement in air that evokes many possibilities


Sonic birth


Sonic death


Sound is formed


Different personas, identities and experiences


The space between the inaudible and the mind


A body that testifies to the threshold of an aural experience


The contemporary ear expands upon the non existent, the inaudibly real


Contemporary thought into sonic existence


The absence of sound becomes obvious, opening up a space of silence


This creates a sonic experience through the removal of sound


The silence is relative in that it is defined by its opposite


A sound


Yet a space in which this dialogue between sound and silence unfolds,


echoes an absolute silence


The personified experience of an object exists beyond it, in our psychology


Strip this / your imagined object of a prior or present existence


Free to become only in the future


The ability to question sonic absence


The contemporary ear listens to these spaces


Think of a sonic existence that cannot be added to


Or retracted from


Of presentness, of futureness


The inaudible object embodies sonic imagination, in the space of mind



Listen for new realities


The inaudible world in all of its beauty, is yet to unfold


Always.

Virtual Space . Web Design Rifke Sadleir

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