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The Program


W195 x D195 x H225 cm

Visual Stimulator, LED, Noise Cancelling Headphones, Tactile Transducer, Amplifier, Audio Interface, DMX Interface, Computer

The Program involves an isolation chamber, a spatial configuration for one person in which light and sound from the outside are cut off, as well as custom made equipment particularly designed for this piece. In the isolation chamber, the seated visitor receives visual, auditory and tactile stimuli that interact with each other and affect the visitor’s perception in a highly abstract, unfamiliar way. The piece provides a set up for experiencing and reflecting on the interaction and interdependence of the different sensory modalities that our perception is based on. By disrupting, suspending or reconfiguring perceptual habits, The Program’s complex merging of sensory stimuli may reveal instabilities in human perception.

Photos by Jens Ziehe, SWR / Ralf Brunner

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