Central Library's Lorne St. entrance is temporarily unavailable this morning due to a mural installation. Please use the 12th Avenue door instead.
A sound walk through the downtown streets of Regina recorded in the spring of 2007. A journey from one door to another. The recording documents the sounds between the artist and his future wife's apartment. You can hear a variety of distinct sound moments that capture an emerging artist's perspective on the world and his new relationship.
Ryan Hill is an electronic music / sound / multimedia artist living in Regina, Sask. He has been creating strange sonic objects since the turn of the century. With his experimenting of sounds and styles, Hill often goes between soundscapes and dance, sampled and synthetic. The music and sound work of Ryan have been presented in installation, films, albums and video games. His artistic practice attempts to merge technology with the organic.
Learn more about Ryan at guidewire.squarespace.com.
Holophon Audio Arts is a non-profit organization supporting sound art and experimental music in Saskatchewan. The organization was founded in 2008 and is centered in Treaty 4 Territory/Regina.
Holophon engages communities using sound as an artistic medium, promoting sound art and experimental music through live performances, concerts, workshops, community events, and educational programming. In our projects we look for ways to unite artists and audiences across disciplines and specializations using sound as an integral artistic component.
Holophon works to increase awareness of and to develop sound art practices in the province of Saskatchewan and on the Great Plains of Canada, and to encourage and facilitate discussion around critical and creative listening.