the awe of the other - june 2014
two oversized armchairs, placed 200 metres from each other
each chair has a headphone with a microphone attached.
each chair contain an invitation for the participant to discuss their feelings when they look at the horizon. they are told that by doing this they are contributing to a sound sculpture.
the chairs are connected. they try create an atmosphere ... one that inspires that wordless thought that comes from looking into the fire which might be shared
the dialogue is embedded as soundscapes in a 1940's bakerlite radio - rewired to take the sounds from an mpeg player.