The Resonance series explored the archetypal qualities and intrinsic order that lies within the propagation of sound. In order to transcend the abstract and highly technical nature of sound manipulation and contemplate its control from an object maker’s and spatial designer’s viewpoint the projects defined sound as a sculptural medium, a tangible physical field which can be shaped into expressive and compelling compositions.

This practice involved the understanding of the specific frequencies and amplitudes of soundwaves which create fields of interference and degrees of resonances and reverberation. The pieces developed from this approach alluded to concepts which form the fundamentals of musical theory, mathematics and geometry. To this end the works exposed and expressed different metaphorical and physical aspects of sound based phenomena while creating dynamic acoustic interactions of sound, object and space.