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Lewis Kemmenoe

MA work

Tacit Vibrations

This work looks at the social impact of the material of concrete in an architectural context, identifying the use and life of spaces by analysing the sound that is generated within them. This project looks at cultural, residential and public spaces made out of concrete throughout London. By collecting field sounds of the locations that is partnered with recreating architectural motifs of these spaces I intend to produce a sound piece that forms a sound map where the speaker becomes a voice of the space.


  • Lewis Kemmenoe
  • MA Degree


    School of Communication


    MA Information Experience Design, 2018

  • Lewis Kemmenoe’s work looks at the potential for sound to become a physical entity, this sound often manifests itself while partnered with an objective form that seeks to enforce a sonic narrative.  With interests ranging from film music to architecture his practice seeks to articulate the importance of sound in everyday life.

  • Degrees

  • BA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, 2016