Work created in collaboration with the artist Hunter Longe.
This installation immerses the viewer in a "bath" of audiovisual stimuli meant to explore the notion of wave interference. The different elements of work depict a speculative environment.
LED lights, evoking an aquatic environment, flash at gamma frequencies between 20 and 40Hz. Mini-solar panels convert these flashes into real-time sounds, which are then emitted in the exhibition space.
A computer-generated mollusk also emits visual signals in this frequency range. A dialogue between this fictional being and its environment is imagined and translated into audio signals.
A scientific study has proven that gamma frequencies stimulate synapses in the human brain and can delay the progression of Alzheimer's.
A video documentation of the work is coming soon.