(IR)reversible 2007

Interactive sound-installation (wooden stage, screens, violin, music stand, video, electronics)

Ir/reversible  is an interactive audio visual installation exploring the entropic  bases of information theory. How the accumulative  effects of memory or  knowledge may be viewed and experienced as an  irreversible process that  informs and transforms our perception of the  past, present and  future. The viewer is invited to step onto the stage and play the violin, this acts as a game controller for the three videos which depict a violin being blow up. The violins react to various frequencies and demand an intensive and passionate playing of the instrument to reverse the explosive effects.

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