Solid (Loud) Matter / 2
Solid (Loud) Matter
Magnesite Norway
A Giddiness Best Left Unsaid
Moon Piercer
Slow /Dark 
Tension Sets
Accord with Air: Tjentiste
S.I.T.E: Malevich
Volitional Bus
Seeking Structural Isolation
S.I.T.E: Ljubljana
S.I.T.E: Screaming in the Everyday

Hard Hat
Sound design

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“In the pre-scientific conception of the body of the late classical and medieval periods, the body is seen as both open to and in complex interchange with manifold external influences, agencies, and energies, natural, divine, and demonic.”

Steven Connor, Dumbstruck: A Cultural History of Ventriloquism.

Accord with Air: Tjentiste, 2012

Accord with Air: Tjentiste, is a single channel video and sound installation featuring video documentation of solo scream performance at the Tjentiste spomenik, in south-eastern Bosnia-Herzegovina. Designed by Miodrag Zivkovic and commissioned by Josip Tito in 1973, the monument commemorates World War II battle, the Battle of Sutjeska (1943). Both performance and video composition consider the monument an abstract mirror for the sound of the screaming voice, connecting and contrasting solitude and silence, and audible noise and brutalist sculptural object.

10:00min HD singel channel video & stereo sound
Videography, sound design and animtaion: Kusum Normoyle
Exhibition History: Peleton Gallery 2012, Kudos Gallery 2016, This is a Voice MAAS & Wellcome Collection, 2017. Installation view: Peleton Gallery, Sydney.
This work has been supported by NAVA: National Association for Visual Arts.