Dan Powell is a Brighton based sound artist who uses handmade and proprietary electronics, tuned percussion and a variety of acoustic instruments to make hiswork.
His work examines the relationship between physical objects, the landscape they exist in, and human interventions in that space. How do we construct a history? Why do we feel the need to choose which objects represent that history, and how do we arrange them? His aim with this piece is to look inside the cracks and liminal spaces between history, and personal and collective memory.