Find Me is a multi speaker sound installation and performance-without-performers that explores the phenomena of getting lost and finding one’s way.
A mesmeric, immersive environment created by composer/sound artist Christina Campanella and writer/sound designer Jim Dawson, Find Me is composed of sonic ephemera in which field recordings, music and industrial drones swell into electro-symphonic motifs. The audience moves through and around invisible walls of sound deployed via a 12:1 multitiered system of speakers that emanates sound from all sides and above. Find Me uses the potential of sound spatialization to manipulate the internal mapping sense that shapes our perception of where we are.
2018 - Culturemart 2018, HERE Arts Center, New York (with 2-channel film by Kathy Rugh)
2017 - Solo Showing, Harvestworks, New York
Find Me was funded by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature via NYSCA’s Independent Artist Commission in Film, Media, and New Technologies.