presentation by
Edwin van der Heide

Field of Overtones is a spatial sound installation on an architectural scale that is inspired by the behaviour of wind. Wind can blow something away, out of each other, towards each other or create turbulence and spirals. Wind can result in noise kind of sound but also lead to whistling tones. In Field of Overtones the behaviour of wind is projected on the development and spatial movement of sound. What happens when a sound is spatial blown out of each other in its individual elements? and what happens when individual sound elements are blown towards the same corner?

appearance at Tuned City
radio space / 05.07.08