No man's Hand
This installation deals with sine waves - the fysical motion of low frequencies, the intangible sound of higher frequencies and the different ways frequencies present themselves in a space - when inaudible frequencies are made audible by placing material in the speakers and higher piches linger around this ratteling noise. Sounds comes and goes using extremely slow beatings between different frequencies. This creates a sound environment that, after a while, is easy to predict, roughly, but infact, never is quite the same.
- laptop, max msp
- four channels/four loud speakers
- rice, mung beans, quinoa, flux seeds
Photos by Johan Arrias from Gotland Arts Museum