Mending a Tattered Wishlist

Mending a
tattered wish list

The work constitutes a new scenario starting from the function of the place. Re-examining the corridor that goes from the Conservatory to the Academy of S. Cecilia using plants and sounds of birds, the installation doesn’t regard only space, but makes it so that our actions have an effect on an unknown geography. When first stepping into the given section of the corridor we hear the flapping of wings of a flock of birds taking flight (activated by spectators through ultra-sound sensors), suggesting that the space is in-habited. The immateriality of sound gives life to an imaginary spatiality, different from where we are.

Accademia di S. Cecilia

Rome, IT


ficus benjamin, poplar wood, violin bow, Max/MSP, arduino, sensors, sound

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