AUDIBLE SPACE

Site specific sound installation, Amsterdam, 2014.

Capsule and contact microphones, handmade amplifier circuits, plastic boxes, antenna, satellite dish, alarm horns, ventilation ducts, headphones, printed map.

To understand how sound can suggest space, the work exploits the acoustic qualities of urban and public design to produce a series of auditive experiences.
Using objects such as a satellite dish, a ventilation duct, antennas and alarm horns, ‘Audible Space’ uses DIY audio-engineering circuits to enhance the auditive experience from these objects, and compose with the different outcomes.
The whole experience is designed as a musical piece where the perception of space follows an expanding crescendo amplification.