Monday, October 4, 2010

Resonant Frequencies

This next week end (17th and 18th of October), I'll present a new in situ sound installation in Gent. A work based on improvisations that I did using several found objects, mainly scrap metal and test tubes. 

Here are the informations about the exhibition:

RESONANT FREQUENCIES is a meeting between several artists from different creative horizons, gathered around the common concern of working in situ.

Both on a personal level (individuality of the techniques and developed aesthetics, idiosyncracy of one’s creative process) and on a collective level (great importance given to the consistency of collective decisions and the coherence of the whole project’s scenography) the artists ambition to confront their visions to the place’s very aspects and specificities.

“The natural frequency, or frequencies, of any physical system or object are the frequencies at which it will vibrate if physically disturbed.”
“Resonance is the phenomenon that occurs when a physical system is periodically disturbed at the same period of one of its natural frequencies.”

Project at the Oude Nijverheidschool during the Open Atelier, Gent 2010

With Hallveig Ágústsdóttir (Is), Marie-Laure Delaby (Be), Juan Duque (Co), Sabrina Harri (Fi), Yannick Franck (Be) and Melissa Mabesoone (Be).

16+17 October (Sat: 17:00-22:00 / Sun: 14:00-20:00)
Lindenlei 38, 9000 Gent (map)

A project by Threeplusone

With the support of nucleo vzw