documentation of sound installation at Interaktionslabor 2009, Göttelborn (Germany)

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Comment by anne-laure on September 4, 2009 at 11:20am
I have tryly enjoyed watching the fim documention of this sound instalation.
I lke the ccoustic of the space and the layers of sound produced.
I also very much like the visual and do not think it was lacking of performance...
The installation onitself is a performance, the tiny speakers hang alongside the wall are visualy stunny and pseak by them self.
I like the sound that the "toupie" produces.

very good work and very intersting to watch as well to listen. I also listened it without watching the images which help me to focus just o the ensemble of the sound produced.
Good editing too..it makes the documention really fascinating to watch.

Anne-Laure
Comment by Johannes Birringer on September 2, 2009 at 9:51am
Just a brief comment to the posted film documentation: this is an attempt to share the outcome of the annual Interaktionslabor (in the former coal mine Göttelborn in the Saarland, a small state in southwest Germany). The last two nights of the worikshop, we opened up our installation rehearsals to the public. the work to be presented was acoustic/sonic. We had announced that we would invite people to come inside the "Klanghörräume", which translates as 'sound listening spaces.'

This appeared consfusing as some audience members looked for action, scenes, performances. there were some, but they were of a sonic nature, and images were to a large extent secondary.

This makes a video representation problematic, and we perhaps should only publish a selection of audio files, which however do not give you an impression of the physical site and the site specific installation. The audio quality of the video is also not what i would want to publish.
how does one publish an "sonic installation" - does anyone have good ideas or examples?

Part of the subtext of the installation composition also needs perhaps a bit of context: we had come together to work with musicians and artists as well as psychologists, and the research "libretto" we worked from was written by a person with Asperger's (autism), and deals with differences in perception and perception channels. We found this writing very poetic and stimulating for our thinking about how we listen, how me move and perceive others (acoustically and visually, and also through the other sensorial channels).

More information about the process can be found on the Interaktionslabor 2009 website and its subdirectory pages on process, audio files, and theoretical writings.

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