CASW Narberth Museum Sound Objects 2

Gramophone horn designs have taken over the table. I’m in good company. As these things do, they get their own life and you are merely a humble servant in enabling them to see the daylight, grow up and become independent. Brainchildren.

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The papers I’m working with are a heavy quality dating from a ’50s sampler box someone gave to me when I was studying at the Design Academy Eindhoven. Two lifetimes ago. The paper tape is from when I studied Fashion at the Amsterdam Rietveld. When it dries it keeps its shape. We used to copy dressmaker dummies with it, much cheaper than buying one.

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The horns for ‘Ghosting the Looms’ and ‘Ghosting the Inventor’. I like how the colour turns gradually darker in the middle.

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Soldering the intel in an unorthodox way. Best way of soldering is crude soldering. Don’t tell my dad.

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The insides or essence has colour. The outsides are faded. Showing off the guts.

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