Šuillakku

2008

sound installation installation: MiniMac, external hard disk, monitor LCD, digital optic cables, cables BNC, Behringer Ultrapatch Pro PX3000 Patchbay commutabile / switch, Behringer Ultragain Pro-8 Digital ADA8000, M-AUDIO Profire Lightbridge, Ardour, 40 loudspeakers, 10 subwoofers. voice; Yemenite horn, ram’s horn, Jewish shofar, bamboo flute, double-reed flute, dung chen, launeddas, nay, lyre of Ur, begena, tanbur, kora, santoor, African lute, bronze cowbell, sleigh bells, wind chimes, bull roarers, Indian elephant bell, sanctus bell, ankle bells, wood bells, metal ratte, sistrums, wasamba, pandereta, sege-sege, wood bowls, coconut shell, windblown leaves, Mexican beans, pod, shells, bamboo, metal tubes, funnel, modified shakers, shaker made of bone, kayamba, modified mallets, goat nails, birdcalls, castanets, cymbals, T’ang ku, dhyangro, clashed cymbals, aluminium plate with sizzle, wood plates, semanterion, copper plates, anvil, udu, sandglass drum, bendir, gong, damaru, bodhràn, ocean drum, tin cans tambourine, glass mortar, bronze mortar, broken glasses, guira, zithers takumbe, angklung, temple block, elephant whip, badminton racket, twig brush, marimbula, gopichand, putipù made of African pumpkin. Hardware: Macintosh G5, Edirol Audio Capture FA-66, Edirol PCR-1, Mixer Yamaha MG-124 CX; microphones: Schertler Dyn-ABG-Set, Sennheiser E 602-II, AKG C 1000S, Rode NT5, AKG C2000B; software: Cubase SE

dimension determined by the space

Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT

on loan to Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rivoli-Torino

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