Dynamic Dose

Partial Facsimile

Archive Exhibitions (23 February to 12 March 2023, 12.00pm - 6.00pm)
'Dynamic Dose' is an ambient sound and light installation presented in immersive 3D audio by sound & visual art collective, Partial Facsimile.
The research project was started when artistic director Laila Riis studied for an MA in Digital Music & Sound Arts at the University of Brighton, UK, and has since then been redeveloped along with member Benjamin Baxter at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest, Hungary.

By combining specific sound and light frequencies, the 3 hours and 36 minutes long composition seeks to induce well-being in people suffering from depression and anxiety, but can also be experienced purely for its artistic value. The listeners are recommended to observe a 20 minute 'Dynamic Dose' equivalent to the effect of a power nap, however, are invited to stay as long as they wish.

About The Artist

Partial Facsimile is a Brighton based surround-sound and visual-art collective specialising in research based projects, film soundtracks and site-specific performances. They perform and install all their pieces in 5.1-surround sound and aim to help this merged format to become commonly experienced by a wider audience.

Since 2013 they have been engaged in making works that were accessible to a wide demographic, and performed in spaces not necessarily designed for art events. Examples of this include performances in a Danish WWII bunker, an Air-Raid Shelter in Brighton and The Grand Magazine at Newhaven Fort.

Each new project involves different members of the collective. Visual art may come in the form of bespoke independent films; live drawing or painting; digital and analogue projection. Musical work may be fully or semi improvised, for soundscape work, or specifically composed for each project. Lyrical content is informed by research into chosen topics that they wish to discuss in the work.

Arts council england


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