“It occurred to me that one should reverse the application of loudspeakers so that they would not merely reproduce sound but actually produce sound. The idea is based on taking any number of fixed materials and transmitting sound through them; through their resonance frequencies they become a new instrument”, wrote Tudor.
This is newly interpreted work under the direction of Canadian composer, sound artist and Tudor specialist Matt Rogalsky, of American musician and composer David Tudor, which was created in 1973.
Found, converted or self-made objects are arranged freely around the room. Transducers on the objects cause the items to emit sounds. Resulting is an abundant, accessible “rainforest” of sounds.
partecipating artists: Martinka Bobrikova, Oscar de Carmen, Seth Davis, Cecilia Jonsson, Joonas Siren, Lauri Wuolio, Flopper (Christian Mastrup), Signe Lidén, Jonas Olsen and Thomas Wochnik
exhibited at Singuhr Hoergalerie
photo copyrights: singuhr / roman märz 2011