Manfred Kroboth

sound installation

digital puppetry /
automatic theater

performances

comic

kroko -works with
Jutta Konjer

 

 

 

text

 

enviromental sounds

mousepad

Ohrensessel

voices

lips

octophon

my voice

faces

 

 

Every sound or every noise has a volume. In English language the word `volumeĀ“ marks that the volume of sounds have a spatial figure. Sounds are three-dimensional, but shapeless. Shapelessly because they exist neither of a steady material, nor clearly are separated. They exist only of a different intensity which decreases from inside outwardly, but continues theoretically in the infinite. Beside this physical space character, a noise has - in contrast to music which exists of tones - always a relation to the place from which it comes. Therefore, noises have contents which are not only a form. They have a respect with something other, beyond the noise which owns the second physical form and which is conceivable vividly. Music and language have no relation to the space, however, they can produce by their contents a relation to the place from which they come. In several works I used surroundings noises and/or fragmentary linguistic documents and music documents which associate spaces or times and by the kind by the reference to her origin as I used them in the installations, a physical space experience in conjunction with a multi-layer time experience allowed in which a person, by his movement or her position influences in the space, the sounds to be heard and creates thus a virtual sound space.

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