IN A ROOM

Without artistic compromise i mold my harp sounds into sound sculptures, that complement the entity of a (digital) room. My audio-recordings could be experienced in the open air (city/streets, nature) and in living-rooms, churches, monasteries, (movie)theaters, healthcare / wellness-centers, (inter)national museums, galleries at (high end) video-installations, audio tours with the use of (hq) speakers and/or head-sets.


Music is Poetry and Poetry is Music
My idea is that music and poetry speak the same univeral language. To me it is interesting to find out more about the complementary and the reciprocity of music and poetry. And how and why and when and where does the frequency of the harp and the voice and the language evoke emotions? Are the room and sound quality on influence of the listening process?