Alison Clifford (Photographer), Graeme Truslove (Composer)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products


'Interstitial Articulations' is a series of audiovisual artworks created with composer Graeme Truslove, that explores the space between sound and image through collaboration. Each work reinterprets a photographic light painting taken during a drive at night. Considering the ethereal 'interstitial' light-forms in the photograph as source material, the artists imagine what it would be like to experience the light-forms in different contexts beyond the photographic image. How might they be reinterpreted and rewritten for another context? And how might audio be used to structure our visual experience of them?
Palimpsest (2012) is the second work in the series.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2011


  • visual music
  • Music
  • digital art

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  • Activities

    • 2 Types of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition

    Seeing Sound 2 - screening of artwork

    Alison Clifford (Contributor)

    29 Oct 2012

    Activity: OtherTypes of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition

    The Electronic Literature Organisation 2012 Media Art Show

    Alison Clifford (Contributor)

    20 Jun 201223 Jun 2012

    Activity: OtherTypes of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition

    Press / Media

    Third Hand Plays: "Palimpsest" by Alison Clifford

    Alison Clifford


    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Expert Comment

    Research Output

    • 1 Conference contribution

    Interstitial articulations: reflections on audiovisual collaborative practice

    Clifford, A. & Truslove, G., 1 Dec 2011, XIV Generative Art: Proceedings of GA2011 International Conference. Soddu, C. (ed.). Domus Argenia, p. 48-56 9 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Open Access
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