Feedback Variations

Electric guitar, steel rope, preamp,amp, 12v-motor

Feedback variations starts out with a question thatwas porposed by philosopher Martin Heidegger: How does sculpture create space?

This question is transferred to sound in finding a way of how sound can become a momentary scultpure (in the form of a steel rope).

The movement of the sculpture is initiated by a motor which is powered and moved by the audio signal of the electric guitar

The motor works as a speaker and creator of movement. When the guitar is hit by the steel rope, it creates a signal that will move the rope. When the strings stop to move, the rope will fall down, striking them again. A kinetic feedback

Supported by the arts council of the city of Cologne, Germany

Shown at Neues Kunstforum Köln, 2017.