'At Land and Sea: An Audiovisual Study of Sussex' brings together the influence of Sussex's urban and natural landscape on both digital photography and sound. Using black and white images taken on an iPhone, the use of the mobile phone is intentional: prompting questions of authenticity, methods of practice and the evolution of photography as a medium.

Together with the use of sound, 'At Land and Sea' promotes a space and dialogue between sound and visual art; removing photography from its primary use as a purely visual experience and placing it within an audible environment inspired by the spaces and land captured within the images. 

‘At Land and Sea’ is a collaborative, audiovisual project by sound artist Joe Davin, and multi-media artist Ëpha J. Roe. The first display of this work took place at Nick Ford Photography on Oxford St, Brighton, between the 19th of Sept. and the 7th of Oct. Audio is playable at the bottom of this page.

 

 

 

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