jana rinchenbachova




Real time sound installation


280 cm x 200 cm, particleboard, four low frequency speakers, amplifier

/0:20 min. illustration trailer/ headphones or good speakers recommended

Real time sound installation, where the sound is generated from an originally silent video that is being recorded by an IP camera, capturing a part of the biggest submarine volcano Axial Seamount in the Northern Pacific.

By entering the wooden floor, the viewer can feel the vibration trough the feet and listen the low frequency sound coming from the floor. The frequency of the sound is changing by the constant movements of the volcano, exaggeratedly we can say the real time composition is made by the volcano itself.

"Hidden Movements" is bringing on the surface something hidden and remote, submarine volcano can be understood as a metaphor for processes happening in the human mind and psyche.