Camera Down is an audio-visual piece realized at NOVARS, the University of Manchester, UK in
2010. The piece has a symbiotic connection to the auditory and visual senses through a
metaphysical convergence: an interplay between the two perceptual organisms of the eye and
the ear. The sound world of the piece is an exploration of the relationship between naturalistic
and synthetic sonic content. The audio-visual material is constructed into a series of spectral
and textural complexities, simulating an imaginative perceptual and conceptual experience.