Voice vortices explores the physical presence of the human voice. The sound of a voice takes up space and has a physical effect on the environment it exists in. Sound is too often considered an abstract force: one that only our ears can feel. On the contrary, voice vortices illustrates the physical presence a sound can have. This piece attempts to visualize the sound we make by allowing viewers to witness the physical force of their voice.
The human voice has weight and power. It has delivered speeches and messages that have altered our world; vocal communication has become the catalyst for societies growth. But apart from its comprehension of language or its sonic principals, the voice has a physical force one can feel and measure outside the human ear. The texture and tone of ones voice can be as influential as dialogue itself. Voice vortices focuses on the non-communicative power of the human voice and how under recognized its role has been.