Collaborations:

Hoarding

Dig Collective - 2015

DIG COLLECTIVE construct a new installation/ intervention over a four day artist residency at PEER Gallery in Hoxton during March 2015. The project was part of Real Estates, a programme of events curated by Fugitive Images.

Edited by Ronit Meranda

Arm Wrestling (are you listening to me?)

2012

Arm Wrestling (are you listening to me?) is a sonic intervention by Anna Raimondo. The video, made by Ronit Meranda is a visual documentation, which was exhibited at the LCC MA Sound Art final show, Nursery Gallery, November 2012, London.

Filmed and edited by Ronit Meranda
Sound recording: Tanya Boyarkina
Sound mixing: Tim Bamber


Endangered Rainforest

2012

Endangered Rainforest is an audio flash mob by Tim Bamber, and is part of his ongoing project Not-separateness. This flash mob was performed by a group of 35 participants on 13th October 2012 in London, crossing the Millenium Bridge from St. Paul’s Cathedral and into the Tate Modern Turbine Hall where for a moment it interrupted Tino Sehgal’s These associations. The video, made by Ronit Meranda is a visual documentation, which was exhibited at the LCC MA Sound Art final show, Nursery Gallery, November 2012, London.

Filmed and edited by Ronit Meranda
2nd Camera by Leila Hussein


To the Last Syllable of Recorded Time

2010

To the last syllable of recorded time is a sonic retelling by Jacob Garber and Tim Bamber of the music and poetry of Oumar Kouyaté, last of a long line of griots from Guinea, West Africa. It is primarily a musical work, using samples of Oumar's voice and kora to create new a sonic world as a homage to the transcendental nature of the griot tradition. The video, created by Ronit Meranda is a visual response to this world, inspired by the abstract imagery and formality of nature.

original duration: 24:30

To the last syllable of recorded time was first exhibited as part of the Echoes of Other Worlds exhibition at Stables Gallery in Twickenham, London in October 2010.

photos from the private view:
taken by Tom Nowell

Blossom and Surrender

2009

Blossom and Surrender is the pseudonym of London-based musician Joseph Scott. The following three videos are visual responses to the individual songs from his album You Keep Me Hidden. They were specifically created to be projected during live performances; they are also available on DVD.

You Keep Me Hidden was performed live as part of Noise Noise Noise at Catch in Shoreditch, London in August 2009 and in January 2010; it was also exhibited during Angel Moving Image Festival, London in October 2009.

You Keep Me Hidden

What We Do Right Is Wrong

In Youth

Air and Sea

2009

Air and Sea is a sound piece by London-based conceptual sound artist Dan Westlake. This video is a visual response and is to accompany the piece at exhibitions. It is a work-in-progress.

The Phase Gallery

2009

The Phase Gallery is a collaborative multimedia project which explores the visual, sonic and kinetic qualities of water, fire, earth, and air; featuring sound art by Firat Altay, video work by Ronit Meranda and a live performance by Antje Hildebrandt.

The Phase Gallery was part of the TrinityLaban Improvisation Festival in Greenwich, London in February 2009.

photos from the private view: