E A R S I D E  O U T

Composition from audio recordings of tones generated by the human ear. 12 speakers, steel wire, and speaker cable. 35 minutes. First exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark, 2015

Earside Out portrays spontaneous otoacoustic emissions – mysterious and complex tonal clusters, here recorded in the ears of 30 arbitrary people. The tones from each individual ear are spread across 12 speakers attached to thin steel wires and suspended between the floor and the ceiling, forming a three-dimensional spiral.
The installation resembles the cochlea of the inner ear from where the tones originally derive





Earside Out (with Through the Wall in the background), ARoS, Aarhus, Denmark, 2017


Earside Out at St. John's College, University of Oxford, UK, 2016

Earside Out at Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark, 2015

Short clip of Earside Out exhibited at St. John's College, Oxford University, January 2016