Research Project @ Technischen Universität Berlin, DE
Research collaboration with Nico Schindler at the Anechoic Chamber at TU in Berlin. An anechoic chamber is a room designed to completely absorb reflections of either sound or electromagnetic waves. In this “silent” room, we constructed a series of sonic palettes that worked in synchronicity with stroboscopic lighting. With many lights positioned throughout the space, the quickly strobing effect creates an animation of shadows, allowing the complexly padded room to appear to change size and dimensions through a persistence of vision.
Photos by Sedlar & Wolff