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Call for audio contributions to White Horses app and installation

Following the development period currently underway, artists Ali Pretty and Richard White will curate a walk and create an installation. The 100 mile walk to the white horses takes place over 5 days in August arriving into the Devizes Carnival on Bank Holiday Monday.  At the Wiltshire Museum there will be an installation featuring silk paintings by Ali Pretty based on her response to walking Wiltshire’s White Horses; a virtual layer unites the walk and the installation holding the potential for a legacy app and more.

 

This is what we are looking/listening for....

.... individual sound pieces for each of the 8 white horses.

Could be:

Soundscape. Songs. Fanfares. Musique concrete. Spoken word.

A series of single items reflecting single points or stages on a spectrum:

enclosure, threat, loss, grieving

to

opening, release, energy, discovery, freedom

to

transcendence, self actualisation, confidence, calm

This audio content will be used either at the white horses or in the installations or both.

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The white horses:

Westbury.  Devizes.  Cherhill.  Broadtown. Hackpen.  Marlborough.  Pewsey. Alton Barnes

Technical Spec

Audio files to be supplied as .aif and .mp3

Discrete songs/pieces max length 3 mins

Soundscapes capable of being looped

Timescale:

Deadline: Friday 28 June

Submit one audio item or many

If you are interested in contribution audio or being involved in the project please contact: creativewiltshire@gmail.com

Licensing

Please register your work using a Creative Commons non commercial, share and share alike license

Musicians and composers will be credited.

More:

This project is led by Wiltshire Museum  and funded by the Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts scheme. The Museum will work with artists Ali Pretty and Richard White, Get Wiltshire Walking and Devizes Outdoor Celebratory Arts (DOCA) to run the project. The project is supported by Bath Spa University and Wiltshire College

For further information: Wiltshire Museum

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