Ljubljana, 28th May – 15th June 2013

6281 is an electro-acoustic installation that explores the relationship between the lighting source, space and sound. Processed audio signals are fed into powerful amplifiers, which bring the coils of large light bulbs (1000W) in an excited state so that they produce an acoustic, audible vibration. The sonorities are strange, while the tungsten and glass materials of the bulbs act like rich but band-limited filters. The bulbs are telling their story, while the audible spectrum ranges from wind gusts to purely synthetic tones. The sound is almost tangible; the light results from the sound, which has an expressive, profound visual echoing.

Nelson Leγo Webdesign