Raumatmen / wetf(r)iction

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Raumatmen / wetf(r)iction ,
Co-workers & Funding
Sound: Peter Szely
Documents
  • Raumatmen
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Description
in cooperation with Peter Szely (Sound) ---
The inside skin of a space station is enveloped in large size projections. The space station is not comprised of inflexible, rigid material - it is not hardware but wetware - it is a breathing, living bio-substance - a flexible membrane which moves - future material maybe discovered in an extraterrestrial lab The exhibition space is thus transformed into a living organism.

An acousmatic and sound-architectural structure intensifies the intended effect of Raumatmen (of a 'breathing of the space'). The sound aura - a matrix of speakers which is installed on the ceiling, walls and floor - allows the space to breathe.

(source: syl-eckermann.net)
Keywords
  • genres
    • sound art
      • sound installations
Technology & Material
Hardware
Raumatmen was shown with
8 Projectors / 8 DVD Players
Soundsystem
an audio-visual space-skin, digital video 70', created for an exhibition on Science Fiction; Kindermuseum ZOOM, Museumsquarter Vienna/ A
Exhibitions & Events
Bibliography