Djeff Réflexion !?

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Project

« Réflexion !? » is a 10 meter high structure made of hundreds of light fans and thousands of sequined wires: a sound and visual installation that interacts with the air and ambient sound flows coming from human presence. Sound coming from the church audience is captured by the device for a minute and then materialized in a giant luminous exclamation mark. The captured sound cycle is played louder and louder for four minutes until it stops completely so a new ambience can be captured thus creating a new cycle. Visitors are invited to listen to the building and experience a new sense of meditation. « Réflexion !? » captures the church visitors’ invisible and inaudible traces so they all add up and the venue finally resonates with their shadows, words, lights, breathing and whispers.

Materials

hundreds of light fans and thousands of sequined wires

Technology

 a sound and visual installation that interacts with the air and ambient sound flows coming from human presence. Sound coming from the church audience is captured by the device for a minute and then materialized in a giant luminous exclamation mark. The captured sound cycle is played louder and louder for four minutes until it stops completely so a new ambience can be captured thus creating a new cycle.

Effects

Visitors are invited to listen to the building and experience a new sense of meditation. « Réflexion !? » captures the church visitors’ invisible and inaudible traces so they all add up and the venue finally resonates with their shadows, words, lights, breathing and whispers.

 
 
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