Sound Installations

Circlectric

A chandelier consisting of motorized and programmed music boxes. A cooperation with Dyane Donck, production: Studio Ricky van Broekhoven and Hebing Interaction Design. Commissioned by the Gaudeamus Muziekweek and thanks to Museum Speelklok for providing the music boxes.

I wonder if I’ve been changed in the night?: visual art by Femke Gerestein with voice-electronic soundscapes by Evelien.

I wonder if I’ve been changed in the night was exhibited in March and April 2013 at Stg. IK. On the IK (‘I’) island in Vlissingen Souburg Femke took herself in the IK space as starting point. Movement is central, from inside to outside, head to body, I to we and back and forth. Subtle projected animations bring the drawings to life.

During the spectacle, sound is heard, alternately loud and soft. It sometimes feels like breathing, it’s very physical. This is how the concrete and the abstract come together: the physical and the conceivable.’ Nico Out – PZC newspaper

Listing of all sound installations:

  • I wonder if I’ve been changed in the night? (2013), soundscapes for visual art by Femke Gerestein at Stg. IK
  • Circlectric (2011), soundinstallation (with Dyane Donck  i.c.w. Studio Ricky van Broekhoven and Hebing Interaction Design) for the Gaudeamus Muziekweek
  • Yesterday (2010/11), soundinstallation (with Dyane Donck and i.c.w. Michael Dotolo), for November Music
  • twttr (2010), bicyle horn surround sound tape piece for November Music, Cineac Sonore
Yesterday at TAC
Yesterday (with Dyane Donck)