Initial Reaction to the piece:
Intrigue, how does it work? Do the audience participate in making the sound and therefore completing the art work?
Site Specific Art:
‘Refers to a work of art designed specifically for a particular location and that has an interrelationship with the location. If removed from the location it would loose all or a substantial part of its meaning. Site-specific is often used to describe installation works, and Land art is site specific almost by definition’ page 199 The Tate Guide to Modern Art Terms, Simon Wilson and Jessica Lack, Tate Publishing 2008.