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By Richard Taylor

Please note this video contains low frequency sound, which is best experienced using good headphones or speakers.

This work was developed with an interest in the lens of a camera being a depository for experience. It also narratively pushes into research around the phenomenon of pareidolia, looking specifically at the facial features of rocks during a walk at Puck's Glen in Scotland. By combining what is recorded with what is described, and pulling this through low frequency sound used in hearing tests, the work is a playful comment on how we recall the experience of place corporeally and sensually.