Sleeping time

2016 Omelchenko gallery, Moscow

Four channel interactive audio installation

Sounds registered by sensitive microphones, high-frequency emissions and infra-wave detectors were recorded at nights while the gallery was closed and post-processed properly to represent their spatial characteristics. During the exhibition hours they were emitted by 4 loudspeakers located in the gallery.

Thus, semi-audible sounds (transport hum, people talks and dogs barking, air conditioning and water pipe network noises, low frequencies vibrations, security and internet connections’ activities etc.) filled in the exhibition areas, gained their acoustic characteristics, and transformed the whole space into a sound sculpture accenting the attention to the invisible activities and processes.


Full audio file (approx. 17 hours)