3 channel soundinstallation, light, transducer; former crematory Südstern Berlin 2016
Soundaltar is a room filling loud current of abstract natural sounds and noise. Suddenly the sound stream breaks at one point, leaving the silence speaking loud. The memory fills the room and resonates between the contrasts of light and shadow, which becomes more present. This installation explores the verticality of the room with loudspeakers facing upwards. Acoustic effects occur while moving between the sound sources in a loud stream of sound.
The resonating metallic plate located in the middle of the altar area resonates inside the old elevator to the underground for the bodies of the dead. Underground and overground, in- and outside spaces of this architecture are perceivable connected in the sonic event.