A collaboration with Joshua McGarvey, Two Resonant Spaces is a sound installation that experiments with the idea of a conversation, focusing on elements such as feedback and proximity. Individuals are invited to immerse themselves in two large containers, which use an arrangement of microphones and speakers to respond to even the smallest changes in both the internal and external environments. The two containers have been designed to produce consistent yet variational feedback created by the reaction of their proximities to one another, simulating a continuous dialogue. Once inside, individuals integrate with the containers' feedback, encouraging a more intimate relationship between themselves and their immediate environment. Two Resonant Spaces welcomes us to reflect on our proximities with one another and to examine how contemporary forms of communication might simultaneously interrupt and augment certain relationships.