Site specific sound Installation (2017)
You are presented with three rooms. In each room you will experience three different types of acoustics and sounds. It is a guided acoustical transition. From the big reverb intense yellow room that plays with real and non real sounds from the gallery forming audio hallucinations to the in between dark with yellow rays room with a more controlled acoustic soundscape together with sound shadows from the first room performed by a sound laser that maps the space to the built in dark room filled in with acoustic foam pyramids, in complete darkness that works as mute for the space.
The exhibition reflects the heavy acoustics of the entire G99 gallery space. The artist reflects on the given issue from the point of view of space and the heterogeneity of time, inconspicuously transformed in an abstract, if not relative form. She composes special sound waves deepening the complexity of time organisation in the gallery space. Sound becomes a starting point for a certain wound or tenderness. Following the first room of sound pollution, she creates a contrast in the second room, a socalled empty space – vacuum. Several wafting high-frequency sounds reaching our physical bodies suddenly change in utter asceticism and the sterility of empty space. The “sound-devoid” experiment then constrains the visitor to a different perception than through the eyes, as we are used to.
Curator: Tereza Záchová
Artist in Residency at The House of the Lords of Kunštát, G99 Gallery Supported by the Czech Ministry of Culture