The Eye of the DuckSonica 2013
Raydale Dower’s installation explores sonic form, spatial composition and duration. The Eye of the Duck references the ideas and work of the cult film director David Lynch as well as highlighting Lynch’s long-standing musical collaboration with the composer Angelo Badalamenti, who is most noted for his works: Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive.
Raydale Dower’s practice explores the parameters of sculptural form and sonic composition through a combination of installation, object and performance, with sound and musical elements. Raydale has often realised projects or specific aspects of projects, through collaboration with other artists and musicians. His working method has evolved through an experimental and self-driven ethos, informed by his involvement in independent music and visual art.