Finally I prepared the video documentation of “Wooden Waves”, an installation originally conceived for the beautiful windmill of Harplinge, which is now turned into a hub for experimental arts (HarpArtLab), for the BZZZ! international sound art festival (July 2015).
(You may also take a look at the pictures I uploaded to a previous blog post.)
Eight contact speakers are attached to the floor’s wooden planks.
The listener lays down on the floor, transformed in a resonating surface.
Sound is perceived not only through the ears, but mostly through the body of the listener.
By stimulating the body in 8 different areas, a spatialization of the tactile sensation is put into play. This makes it possible to shift the use of space – typical of the electroacoustic composition approach – from the external dimension of the environment to the internal dimension of the body of the listener.