A spatial kinetic installation staging a collision of object in time and space
Spectators perceive the acceleration of two objects that are anticipated to crash in a constantly shifting and recurring cycle. Two counter-rotating arms on a large tripod achieve the illusion of collision. The light and sound emitted from the ends of each rotating arm emphasise the movement, speed and attraction of the climactic process.
The constant revolution of the two individual arms creates a phase-shifting impression, and its fast movement naturally modulates the sound that is emitted by the arms: Loudness changes, phase shifts and Doppler effects occur.
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