Sleeping time

2016 Omelchenko gallery, Moscow

Dual channel video installation
Duration: 28′ 50″
Cut: Alexander Minchenko
Based on HD Screen

Sounds registered by high sensitivity microphones, high-frequency transducers and infrawave detectors recorded when the gallery was closed the last night before the opening show was mixed to represent their special characteristics. During the exhibiton hours they were emitting by 4 loudspeakers located inside the gallery.

Thus, semi audible sounds (transport, people talk and dogs barking, air conditioning and water pipe network noises, low freq vibrations etc.) filled the rooms, gained their acoustic characteristics, and transformed the whole space into a sound sculpture accenting the attention on the invisible outside activities and processes.

Full audio file (approx. 17 hours)