By Morgan Bath
All of the projects that I created this semester dealt with only the galled vs ungalled and did not focus on the lateral and the stolen figures. The works on paper are drawings of hawkweed seeds which were then manipulated to represent the ungalled portions of the plant that still have the ability to grow and the holes represent the lack of growth that the gulls created. The colours of the papers represent different plant growth stages as well as in the colour of the warp strings on the weavings I started.
The sounds piece that accompanies the works on paper is a creation from using the data provided for each plant stage and using the frequency of each number to create ten-second interval sounds of each plant stage and type. This piece I think was very successful, it is straight forward but I don’t think it is too literal, like the other pieces, right up front. I used two types of sounds wave one to represent galled and one ungalled and then just inserted the data set into the program to generate the sound clips.