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From the barely audible to the highly melodic sound resonates in the contemporary garden
Lesley Johnstone, April 23, 2007
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Keep an ear to the ground in these five new gardens

Angela Larocci, Claire Ironside, and David Ross, from Ontario and Québec, have conceived Pomme de
parterre
, in which the lowly spud becomes a generator of light and sound, creating a visual and sonorous environment within a potato patch.

Traversée, by [The User] (Emmanuel Madan and Thomas McIntosh), from Québec, is a water garden in which the very act of walking is translated into a gesture that generates music.

Soundfield, by Doug Moffat and Steve Bates, from Québec, is an open-ended listening experience in which electronically treated sounds of poplar trees are transmitted within a buffer of these same trees.

In La boîte noire by Jasmin Corbeil & Stéphane Bertrand with Jean-Maxime Dufresne, from Québec, the sounds of children’s voices emanate from an enigmatic black box that rises out of a fallow field.

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