eins, zwei, drei, ganz viele
The Sound of Nowhere, Beijing, China, Installation, 2011
The sound-installation consists of two portable music players facing each other, in between are three drawings: a frog, a temple block and a bird. They are placed on a table in a backyard of a old building in the center of Beijing. The building is used as a shared working space.
The Installation was created for the exhibition The Sound of Nowhere:
The Sound of Nowhere is an art project to be embedded deep in the recesses of Dongcheng District, scattered in the vicinities of Andingmen and Gulou. This is an experiment with sound and geography, whereby artists and ‘sound laborers’ will for the duration of one week present workshops, lectures, installations and performances for various locations on the map—from art spaces, a theatre, restaurants to a hair salon. The projects will be traceable from a printed map that guides participants for short walks within a 20 minute radius to find and experience these works as interventions and exchanges with the surrounding public space. By working from a conceptual recognition of sound, we seek to locate and initiate certain resonances between this often overlooked sense and its relation to the noise of our daily urban environs.
白衫工作室 / Whiteshirt Design Studio
国子监街61号 / No.61 Guozijian Street
opening times： 14:00 – 18:30