'Everybody's Happy Nowadays' is a new collaborative work between experimental photographer Mark Tamer and sound artist Amit Rai Sharma.
Both the image and audio have been subject to independent processes of interference and accidental interventions. This process, undertaken by each artist, is what has defined the collective aesthetic outcome of the work.
This combination of intentional disruption and unknowable accidents also serves as a connection between the works across their respective mediums.
These are partner works, equivalents; both physically and spiritually, and you are invited to experience both the image and the audio simultaneously.
The combined work celebrates the forgotten and discarded moments in time; the non-image, where light has leaked through the back of the camera and onto the film. And loose cables in the circuit creating unwanted system noise bleeding through.
This work is site specific. It has been created specifically for this digital gallery. And this works marks the inaugural show for TASC's digital gallery - The IMA Gallery. A re-imagining of the gallery experience, with the emphasis placed on 'experience'.
All exhibited work sizes are relative to each other. This work has been imagined, funded, and executed by The Artist Support Centre.
The work has been divided across four rooms each containing four walls illustrated by four vertical bars. You may view the work in any order you wish.
You can navigate the gallery using the bars / 'walls' to the right hand side.
To hear the audio, you can additionally click each individual work, and you are invited to experience both image and audio simultaneously.
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