Nathan Wade, DXArts

Contact n4t3@u.washington.edu

Natural Diatonic Phonetics

This experimental art project explores a systemic cypher
between the incessant bleed of environmental sound energy
continuously expelled from nature and our own biological auditory
cortex that forms the basis of linguistics. The vast constructs
creating auditory data found in nature yield accidental cognitives to
our linguistical markers. These prompts can be used to identify and
capture phonetic cognations that mirror tactical sounds made from
human begins when forming words. Once a cypher of phonetic inventory
has been established users will be able to explore these natural
particle collisions through the membrane of synthesized audio and
interactive video. This encoding of embed spacial sound will be
meaningful to interfacing users through its capacity of alienation
and subsequent realizations of this lost data.