photocredit: Virginia de Diaz
Lite-Haus Galerie Berlin, 2019
5 sound channels: loudspeakers and transducers, neon tubes, 12 min loop, interactive, project together with Shahed A. Naji (light).
Roomination is an interactive sound and light installation. Visitors become the performers in this piece. Inspired by ritualistic meditation, “Roomination” which is a mixture of “room” and “introspection” invites viewers to understand the repercussions of their actions in a space and time frame. On a material level, sound interacts with the room making the floor vibrate, inviting visitors -which are asked to take off their shoes before entering the installation- to lay down and feel the sound with their whole body. Small bells, located on a speaker facing upwards, resonate from the sonic vibrations of the speaker, producing a new layer of their own sounds.