This exposition attempts to delineate the research practice and its intricate web of sonic processes. Although a sonic process may not be easily depicted in a visual layout where elements occupy specific places, sounds can disturb, interfere with, and influence matters across different locations. Keeping in mind the limitations of a visual medium in illustrating these complex sonic interrelations, we have strived to present the methodological approaches and various stages of research. Our aim is to showcase the project's transformative processes and iterative cycles.
Practice Grounds I - Configurations provides an overview of how the various practice stages (mapping, sampling, sharing, embedding, embodying, and listening) are conceptualized across different iterative configurations.
Practice Ground II - Stages delves deeper into the methodological phases of the practice. However, informed by "Practice Grounds I", readers should understand that while these stages (mapping, sampling, sharing, embedding, embodying, listening) are described sequentially, they become increasingly intertwined as the project progresses.
Practice Grounds III - Diffractions seeks to illustrate, through a series of examples, how processes, approaches, and materials are interrelated and contingent upon one another.