Callum Morley explores the thresholds of language within the everyday, focusing on the transitions between public and private language and public and private space. The voice as a raw material is used within his practice which focuses on accent, dialect and class. How does the rawness of one’s voice change how we see and think of them? Callum is also interested in the role that technology has to play within the replication of language and how A.I systems like ‘Text 2 speech’ function within the everyday. He sees sound as a sculptural and spatial element.
(Ground floor, Room 3)