- creative field installation, sound design
- Client Name AD1110, AD1204, Urban Spree
- Project URL sequencesblog.wordpress.com
- Completion Date 09/04/2013
The hdpk and the University of Applied Sciences in Bern developed a sound sculpture that was on display at the Urban Spree Gallery as part of Berlin Music Week, from the 4th to the 7th of September. The structure was made of wood, and the interplay of visitors and the room triggered individual sequences.
Terry Riley’s seminal 1964 composition in C served as the origin point. The piece consists of 53 short phrases that can be repeated and combined in almost any fashion, and played by any number of musicians. We wanted to create a sound installation that recreates Riley’s piece with a modern aesthetic and makes it tangible to an audience, in accordance with Berlin Music Week’s theme, Digital and Recorded.