the basic thought of this work was trying to work on perceptual parameters that deal with room and space. visiting a space, working there, and leaving this space afterwards. (8 channel audio, programmed with max/msp)
the positioning of the steelplates on the walls of the space was lead by visual and geometric structures found within the space. in the center of this work approaching and exploring a space in order to work with available and existing structures and hints. the vibrating steelplates correspond with this specific space with is perceived in a certain way by the visitor.
the sounds of this environment emitted by the steelplates can be devided into two compository layers. a ground-scape which is being filtered out of a brown-noise-material, shows a silent and moving scape, which can be similarily understood as a the ground noise of a city at night time. the second layer of this composition lies in objects representing tonal orientations, which once in a while appeared by each of those plates. a smoothly appearing sound with tonal explicity evokes attentiveness that in certain moments disposes visual perception: listening, that opens up visual perception.
it is necessary to get to know a space in order to be able to working with it in a sense of having an idea about this space in a certain way. an atmospherical view of rooms and spaces, which is being evoked by sounds, that are emiited by steelplates, that represent a link between visual and auditory perception of this space itself.