Viiibin and Maaarblin audio-visual duo
Jackie works with artist Chloe Cooper to create multisensory works using water marbling and live sound. This has developed as a zoom and a live practice, exploring trance, looping, layering, building and disintegrating of sound and image.
The images on this page were all created by Chloe Cooper, in real-time collaboration with Jackie's music.
This music was created during a vibin and marblin workshop, in which vocal and percussive sounds were crowd-sourced in dialogue with participatory marbling. All participants marbled their own "portable waiting devices" which contain a QR code to access the above music, to create aportable audiovisual work created to sooth the impatience, anxieties, hopes and boredom that surround waiting experiences.
Music created on Senses in Heath/Care Environments - download your music here:
Vibin and Marblin album
Vibin and Marblin album, released August 2021.
Vibin and Marblin by Jackie Walduck and Chloe Cooper has been released on the streaming site that sends proceeds to musicians - Bandcamp. The 5 tracks explore mesmeric vibes textures that riff off of Chloe's marbling, reflecting and refracting states of calm amidst internal chatter, the sensory experience of fluorescent light, anticipation and the delight of creative process. Chloe's gorgeous album art is available as an accompanying download.
Visit, listen and download from here:
Diagnosis: Drifting/Dreaming, Waiting
Diagnosis was commissioned by The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Art Fund, to create audiovisual works for healthcare spaces, in which mesmeric patterns provide a space for present-centred focus whilst waiting to see medical staff.
A Murky Plan Awaits explores anticipation and anxiety. It was inspired by our residency at Lavender Walk Adoloscent Mental Health Unit.
Miso Kitchen is a cross-sensory interactive performance presenting live Japanese paper marbling (suminigashi) in dialogue with specially created music. Chloe and Jackie watch and listen to adapt to one another and invite the audience to reflect on their own cross-sensory experience of eating miso soup whilst immersed in the sights and sounds. The slow, measured vibe echoes ancient ceremonies and invites you to reset, and enjoy a calm creative space.
Delighted to be part of Electric Medway this year. Producers and curators Sparked Echo commissioned us to create the first ever live Miso Kitchen, with projected marbling and gorgeous live sound.
Miso Kitchen was developed over Zoom, and challenges the flatness of video conferencing software by engaging all the senses.