2019 - 2020
The installation focuses on the dynamics of liminal surfaces and the space within and around – inside and outside – to discover how boundaries affect the area they surround.
The eight ceramic cones have the same base shape but with altered openings and different materials applied onto the surface, that change the sound they transmit accordingly. Using recordings and sound waves with the specific frequencies of each object, the material shakes its own ‘voice.’The audience is invited to touch the containers to feel their vibration and their presence influences the sound composition.
Sub/liminal soundscapes was my graduation work at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie that has been further developed within a residency programme of Steim Amsterdam.
The video, filmed and edited by Konstantin Guz, shows Guido Dutilh's dance interactions with the sound installation and the other artworks present at the joint exhibition "Interstices in MAtter" by Ildikó Horváth and "Dividing moments" by Angeline Dekker at De Spanjaardshof in The Hague (2021).
Special thanks to Westend Projektruimte and Annemieke Louwerens.
Installation photographs by András Zoltai
Gerrit Rietveld Academie 3-7 July 2019