45 Ã— 60 Ã— 3 cm; MDF, car paint;
Spectral Density Estimation I; 50 Ã— 25 Ã— 12 cm; Cedar wood;
Spectral Density Estimation is a pair of sculptures commissioned by the SECCA and the Winston-Salem Symphony orchestra. Two sound recordings of the first organized tuning were taken at the last 2 orchestra performances of the 2012 / 2013 season. Each recording was analyzed and transformed into a spatial arrangement of the audio frequencies over time. The resulting geometry was then carved into a block of wood from a cedar tree, that had fallen outside the museum.
Installation View at SECCA; [Photography: Cliff Dossel]
2 sculptures, 50 Ã— 25 Ã— 12 cm each; Cedar wood; [Photography: Cliff Dossel]
Detail; [Photography: A N F]
Triptych 90 Ã— 120 cm; OSB, car paint
2 panels 90 Ã— 40 cm each; OSB, car paint, deterministic randomness
95 Ã— 135 cm; MDF, car paint, deterministic randomness
Mapping of the world gross domestic product 2007
Mapping of the world derivatives volume 2007
Comparison of the two layers
The other artists participating in the show are Shajay Booshan, Leander Herzog, Daniel Widrig and Marius Watz.