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Sculpture Musicale
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Four motion sensors are connected to a dedicated light bulb and a speaker. Various instruments are positioned in the space. in the distance appears to be a dull light from the oscillator. It is the only reference point in the dark space.
Sculpture Musicale
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When you walk on the carpet, that has been laid down on the floor, One walks into the dull light of the oscillator, you activate the first speaker and a lightbulb. it causes a low frequency that dominates the space.
Sculpture Musicale
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The following motion sensor follows shortly thereafter. This motion sensor is connected to the next light bulb and speaker. The following instrument connected to the speaker is a synthesizer that is on random note function.
Sculpture Musicale
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The same process follows with the other two motion sensors. It ensures that there is another oscillator, and a radio activated. Each motion sensor is set to a different time length. This causes the composition to power off one by one.
Sculpture Musicale
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On the end of the installation there is a hall leading you to another door. This exit makes it possible to leave the space in silence and darkness.
Sculpture Musicale
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Through this installation the viewer is not only aware of the space and one's movement. By arrangement and the volume, the space transforms into an instrument that is played by the spectator.
Sculpture Musicale
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Another feature to this installation are the architectural elements in the work. It could be seen as an architectural sound piece. The soft carpet that one walks one and the harsh concrete walls that softly cause an echo in the space conforming to exploring the space by using lights bulbs and sound. This way the installation makes use of the various architectural elements like; space, light and material.