sheet metal, transducers, computer, audiointerface, amplifiers
pelerinages, kunstfest weimar, 2009
low wave tone-panoramas, slowly flow into each other, divide themselves every once in a while, appear suddenly as different entities distinguishable from each other to get entagled at the next moment as if they had always been audibly existed as material sound sculpture. differing loudness turns into a variable size of space, changing timbre becomes closeness or distance. here, duration does not exist and time seems to be in a steady flow, creating an impression of transparent space. for the listener there is nothing to hold onto, nothing to grab for in terms of perception. this situation opens up into a search for audible discoveries, ephemeral positions of audible perception activity.