JOCHEM ESSER

Reverberation can be described as a vessel in which sound can travel.

The objects catch the sounds of its surrounding space and reflects it back into space through a ceramic shape.
 It is the shape of the object that gives the sound its character. At the same time, it is the sound that gives the object its purpose as a conductor of sound. We start to examen an object through this point of view. We give meaning to the object by its properties. Its ability to conduct sound is one of them.

This means there is a mutual effect between what we hear and see. Shape and sound form a context to each other.

In a way, we hear the shape and see the sound. These only exist in subjective terms.


Materials: Tarmac on pannel, Ceramics, Aluminium
Electronics: Digital Reverberation, 7 watt mono-amplifier

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