Abstractions In Concrete - Immersive Audio/Video-Installation @ Funkhaus Berlin, Germany

Funkhaus Berlin, July 2017

A 7-minute audiovisual room installation created together with visual artist Phil Max Schöll, and shown as a
part of the Tech Open Air (TOA) Festival 2017.

The installation used 9 projectors and 36 speaker channels inside the huge "sound chamber" of the Funkhaus Berlin,
to enable a fully immersive perception. The speakers were placed in a 360-degree circle as well as another circle in
8 meters of elevation height. Audio and video content was carefully synced in time -and- in the directions of origin,
transforming Funkhaus Berlin's Soundchamber into a place of immediate immersion.

The concept was for the visitors to be inside the artwork, rather than standing in front of it.


Audio content was driven by a wave-synthesis based, 3D Iosono© system provided by courtesy of Barco Audio


Short Video 2:30 min
Full Length Video 6:30

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