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Tue January 28, 2014

SF Bay Area American Cetacean Society presents Mark Fischer: Aguasonic Acoustics

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Mark Fischer, Aguasonic Acoustics
"The work I have done with the sounds of birds, whales, and dolphins, and the difference between the ways we normally see those sounds represented { spectrograms }, and this other way of seeing the same sounds {wavelets}... and why those differences could matter to studies that concern the sounds of birds, whales, and dolphins."
The Shape of the Sound
The intriguing sounds made by the orders Cetacea and Avia invite us into a universe ripe for our exploration. Focusing upon the interconnection between the two formerly distinct realms of sound and image, the artist aspires to let the sound itself tell the story of what it may look like. A sound can be seen as a multi-dimensional energetic expression, and is given the freedom to emerge through highly tuned 'lenses' designed using mathematics. A wide spectrum of color mapping lends contextual representation suggesting each sound's intrinsic character. Once immersed in this domain, we confront deeper mysteries still. Are these merely patterns, or could they also prompt the beginning of a new perception of sound that challenges previous notions about its origin, structure and meaning? Recordings are made using the highest quality equipment available, and images made from these sounds using the AGUASONIC®process
 
Biography
Graduated George Mason University 1988 with a degree in electronics and computer engineering. 10 years in software development for defense and telecommunications companies, couple years off spending winters in Baja California, now going on 13 years of studying the sounds of birds, whales and dolphins, and making images from those studies.

A brief artist's biography may be found at:
http://www.neoimages.net/resume.aspx?id=1070
Mark Fischer, Aguasonic Acoustics "The work I have done with the sounds of birds, whales, and dolphins, and the difference between the ways we normally see those sounds represented { spectrograms }, and this other way of seeing the same sounds {wavelets}... and why those differen...
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