Hans Tutschku

Tell Me! … a secret …


interactive sound and video installation
year: 2007

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Main Gallery
24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
March 8 - April 13, 2007


"Tell Me! . . . a secret . . . " is built around two interactive sound and video installations which invite the viewer to become, quite literally, part of the art. The conception came from my desire to explore many different types of artistic expression, including theater, music, poetry, and composition. Through my acting studies in Berlin and the work with Ensemble für Intuitive Musik, I created multimedia performances incorporating dance, music, and image projection.

The photographs in "Tell Me! ... a secret ..." are inspired by one of those performances. However, they are not just memories of a previous work but an extension of it, a further realization through an interactive environment, one that invites the public to act, to listen, to be surprised.

"Tell Me! . . . a secret . . . " is built around two interactive sound and video installations which invite the viewer to become, quite literally, part of the art. The conception came from my desire to explore many different types of artistic expression, including theater, music, poetry, and composition. Through my acting studies in Berlin and the work with Ensemble für Intuitive Musik, I created multimedia performances incorporating dance, music, and image projection.

The photographs in "Tell Me! ... a secret ..." are inspired by one of those performances. However, they are not just memories of a previous work but an extension of it, a further realization through an interactive environment, one that invites the public to act, to listen, to be surprised.

"Tell Me! . . . a secret . . . " is built around two interactive sound and video installations which invite the viewer to become, quite literally, part of the art. The conception came from my desire to explore many different types of artistic expression, including theater, music, poetry, and composition. Through my acting studies in Berlin and the work with Ensemble für Intuitive Musik, I created multimedia performances incorporating dance, music, and image projection.

The photographs in "Tell Me! ... a secret ..." are inspired by one of those performances. However, they are not just memories of a previous work but an extension of it, a further realization through an interactive environment, one that invites the public to act, to listen, to be surprised.


videos:

introduction

sound installation

video room

the making of

 

the making of (still images)

 

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