Sound installation as part of the exhibition KURATO.kollektiv

Impression

Usually, a tower clock beats once every quarter of an hour and again, and in a particular war, at the full hour. The sound installation Glassy interruption engages in this topos and reshapes it. The clock of art does not sound metallic but glassy: more delicate, fragile, transparent. It does not follow predictable periods, but resembles breathing: sometimes frequent, sometimes calm, sometimes halting, sometimes rushed. It does not even give the events "of the full hour" regularly, but with at least a grain of unpredictability. And finally: it never sounds the same twice, but is always different - sometimes following procedures, sometimes varying, sometimes like an exotic mutant.

I developed the music as part of the following exhibitions: Galerie oqbo, Berlin, 18th May - 2nd June 2012
Kunstverein Göttingen, 21st - 26th August 2012
Kunstverein Lüneburg, 4th - 13th January 2013
Künstlerhaus Hannover, 17th - 18th August 2013
Oldenburg, 13th - 15th June 2014