'The Whole Inside': sound art installation

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'The Whole Inside' is a generative sound mural combining artificial and human voices. Using nine Visaton speakers, Pure Data and data projection, the artist confronts femininity and violent misogyny, by which the body is being depersonalized, leading to subsequent dissociation as a defense mechanism to cope with traumatic events. The work is based on a graphically violent text sourced from the incels.me (“involuntary celibates”) forum.

The Whole Inside was selected for the Longlist at the Aesthetica Art Prize 2021 and is published in the ‘Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology: Future Now.’

2019 runner-up prize for The Whole Inside. Ithaca Prize, University of Brighton, by Ithaca Studio.

Made possible with funds from the Norman Cook Digital Music and Sound Art Breakthrough Award, University of Brighton
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2019


  • Generative Music Software
  • voice
  • sound art
  • incels


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