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2016 Mix Media; Excerpts of Sonnig and Naturalien re-layered

water colour, cooper wire, glass layers, carton

Cooper wire loops intend to register communication traces between latitudes in flattened sections which are re-layered with no pre-conceptions. They become a mute recording document, as sensing poetical routes that have no intention but are heard to celebrate the event of these small episodes telling about nature, their ethereal songs that differ in intensity according to temperature, before or after the rain. Aunt Tani said that they appear mostly at the hour of the pray, when the sun goes down.

Sound sources of surroundings of the nearby domestic landscapes and remote places which were self-recorded and provided by friends. Excerpts of Sonnig build a reference impression of sound as brightness colour, also are sort of notes as the sunrise or the sunset perception.


"I hear the sound of a Naturalien from this side of the ocean and I dissected that sound, transform it, and made a loop" In this Set at K.H. Renlundsmuseum the piece is  open to the audience notations. 

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