Interactive Sound Installation 2019 - 2020
Dancer Nina Munoz - Producer Pippin - Special thanks to Kavka
Interactive sound installation
In the process of creating this interactive sound installation my overall goal was raising awareness for our actions. As humans, we don't always realize what impact we have on our surroundings. Mainly because we don't see the wide impact that our actions have on our surroundings.
With this piece I've made a human invisible action visible.
When does an installation becomes art?
This piece narrows down the fine line between applied installations and fine art sculptures. Is it possible to create an installation that's both applied and self- contained? Why do we feel the need to differentiate these subjects? The installation is an autonomous art piece but can also be transformed into a DJ -booth, a bar, a set etc. We need to think about reinventing the purpose of installations we produce.
The specific colors are a reference to the dramatic bushfires that took place in the summer of 2019. Due to the bushfires, the sky turned deep red on several places. This tragedy is a result of our luxury lifestyle. During this phenomenon I was in Indonesia and could see it in person. However, I was too busy looking and filming the beautiful glance of the sea. When I returned to Belgium and saw it on the news I was shocked and felt very naive.
This project shows a red bubble when sound emerges. The sound represents the impact we have on our surroundings even though it isn't always visible. The red bubble of the projection refers to the sky that turned deep red in Indonesia. With this piece I've made an invisible action visible.
The blue colored background is based on the beautiful glance of the sea which I filmed in Indonesia and what refers to the beautiful balance of untouched nature.
Scenography for AV live show with adjusted visuals for artist Pippin
- Botanique, Brussels Belgium