The concept of "Sonodecontructuralism" that I invented has its roots in the Deconstruction concept by Jaques Derrida and into the Structuralism philosophical doctrine. Paradoxically, we wanted to find a way to structurize the deconstruction through sound. We ended up doing many experiments trying to use sound to question systematic constructions such as the relationship between voice tone and politics, soundtrack and films. We also challenged spaces where the sound was prohibited (The National Gallery at 3:08, libraries) or unexpected.
Goldsmiths College 2015