The Art of Speech: Translated questions the physical book being replaced by the eBook or digital "virtual" book. The role of the traditional reader is also challenged, as they are no longer passive, instead becoming an active participant and a listener. The original text has been translated to another language, in this instance musical notation. The participant is able to interact with the text and do for the ears what the original text does for the eyes. This expands upon the artist's background in film sound where he argues that although people "see" a film, the reality is it is a full sensorial experience.
|Publisher||HR Gallop Gallery, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia|
|Media of output||Artwork|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|