• Echo Chamber

Echo Chamber was a site-specific, immersive audio visual response to the archaeology of RMIT's First Site Gallery. Historic photographs were projected onto the wall, hovering. The six channel audio included morse code (a nod to RMIT's training for WWII veterans), a locally extinct frog call (Litoria raniformis who lived in the former wetlands), and sounds recorded from inside vents and outside the gallery building. A taxidermied duck was suspended in flight.

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