Installation by Anke Eckardt
// Project Space of Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien
// 28.01.–05.02. › daily 12–19:00
Eckardt’s work is a multi-sensory installation in the form of a spectral wall of sound and light that responds to the visitor’s presence. Like any other wall, this wall contributes to the definition of architectural space. However, it is not made of stone but of dynamic, volatile media: infrasound, ultrasound, and light rays. While numerous, intangible walls in society seem insurmountable, this is a wall that can be traversed by visitors.
Produced with the support of the Artist-in-Residence grant of the Saxon Ministry of Science and the Fine Arts 2011
, in cooperation with CYNETART
, the city of Dresden, and co-financed by the Culture Programme of the European Union
(2007-2013) in the framework E.C.A.S. - Networking Tomorrow’s Art For An Unknown Future
. Supported by the Graduiertenschule für die Künste und die Wissenschaften der UdK Berlin
and Douglas Henderson.
is a Berlin-based artist focusing on sound and sound anthropology.