To Walk The Juncture is a new sight, sound and text installation project that I am working on.
I am investigating the function of both the physical and conceptual aspects of the term juncture. I am interested in the ways in which people navigate and experience junctures. This can be most easily experienced when a reader is allowed to make a game choice when reading an interactive text. What makes a reader choose one way versus another? Could it be from the ways two words create a particular juncture? Could it be the way sound might shift from one pitch to another as the reader turns a page? Is the reader conscious of the initial decision making process underlying the final decision to turn a page?
To Walk The Juncture is currently a work in progress. The images (included here) show a scaled model of the piece. The ‘walls’ making up this accordion style book will be made of paper and have text and sound imbedded within them. The ‘walls’ will be 8′ tall and 4.5′ wide with doors and windows that the viewer may choose to pass through as they navigate the written text and/or the aural experience.