Art Installations

Rueng Loy by Eyedropper Fill x Chris Watson

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An immersive journey into Chris Watson’s soundscape ‘Voices in the Humboldt Current’, the 'Rueng Loy' installation by Eyedropper Fill invites people to experience the sound piece in its most intimate space. Floating in the middle of the lake, the space acts as a fluid membrane of water surface, encouraging people to comfortably lie down and immerse in a 20 minutes sound journey of being one with water––both physically and spiritually.

‘Voices in the Humboldt Current’ is a four-channel piece by Chris Watson celebrating the sounds, rhythms and music of the Humboldt current in the Pacific Ocean around the Galápagos Islands, which was recorded at night with a four-channel hydrophone array.

Eyedropper Fill is a Bangkok-based creative and experience design studio specializing in moving-image production and multimedia installation. The studio uses a transdisciplinary approach to experiment and cross-collaborate between skills and media, resulting in moving images, interactive design, art installation, and experiential marketing.

Chris Watson was a founding member of the influential Sheffield-based experimental music group Cabaret Voltaire during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Since then, he has developed a particular and passionate interest in recording the wildlife sounds of animals and habitats from around the world. As a freelance composer and sound recordist for programs like BBC and David Attenborough, Watson specializes in creating spatial sound installations with a strong sense and spirit of place.

An immersive journey into Chris Watson’s soundscape ‘Voices in the Humboldt Current’, the 'Rueng Loy' installation by Eyedropper Fill invites people to experience the sound piece in its most intimate space. Floating in the middle of the lake, the space acts as a fluid membrane of water surface, encouraging people to comfortably lie down and immerse in a 20 minutes sound journey of being one with water––both physically and spiritually.

‘Voices in the Humboldt Current’ is a four-channel piece by Chris Watson celebrating the sounds, rhythms and music of the Humboldt current in the Pacific Ocean around the Galápagos Islands, which was recorded at night with a four-channel hydrophone array.

Eyedropper Fill is a Bangkok-based creative and experience design studio specializing in moving-image production and multimedia installation. The studio uses a transdisciplinary approach to experiment and cross-collaborate between skills and media, resulting in moving images, interactive design, art installation, and experiential marketing.

Chris Watson was a founding member of the influential Sheffield-based experimental music group Cabaret Voltaire during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Since then, he has developed a particular and passionate interest in recording the wildlife sounds of animals and habitats from around the world. As a freelance composer and sound recordist for programs like BBC and David Attenborough, Watson specializes in creating spatial sound installations with a strong sense and spirit of place.