This work is tailored to a large underground space with different levels in the neighborhood of the Brussels Government Administration Centre (RAC). The space offers three distinct dimensions – a sonic, a spatial and a psychological one – in which various ways of sonic interaction and communication take place. As our universe is full of contradictory tensions, our daily environment is certainly polluted. This enables us to long for silent places or introspection and explains why distances and intervals between sounds offer you a moment of alienation and the experience of calm. Feedback through concrete, water and air is unavoidable and illustrates how well the sonic intervention is matching the spot.
appearance at Tuned City
Brussels / Relational Noise – 28. June 2013