Transmigration is a 5 song collaborative and continued deconstruction of sound created by the band Elouise and American Horror Story theme song composer César Dávila-Irizarry. An intersection of primitive American Folk, Industrial and Cinematic soundscapes. Sound weaving through the space and time continuum with apparitions of Americana standards and visitations of original songs haunted by ghosts in the machine.
Trans•mi•gra•tion is the passage of a soul after death into another body; metempsychosis.
Art Direction + Design: KAREN WALKER CHAMBERLIN
Bird Cover Art Image : Manny Trinh
Icon campaign concept
A visual and sound experience by Karen Walker Chamberlin (musical artist Elouise Walker) . June 3 2017 for SOUNDPEDRO. An evening of indoor / outdoor site specific sound installations at the the Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro California.
In Moral Code, morse code is used as an alternative to synthesized speech for sending automated data. It is a communication method used for messages of immediacy and necessity. It is used as last resort. In this film, Morse code translates significant moral speech that has defined the moral code of our country for the last 50 years. Reverberating over landscapes at the edge of the electronic urban grid. Sound waves passing over our time continuum that spans past, present and future. A last resort, a desperate attempt to communicate the immediacy and importance of the message without distraction. Is anyone still listening?
This exhibit will be up until June 24 2017.
Logo and Poster design:
Karen walker Chamberlin
Art Direction: Karen Walker Chamberlin
Design: Hatch Show Print
Karen Walker Chamberlin
Art Direction + Design: KWC
Illustration + Logotype: Jason Holley
Additional Design: Lisa Wagner