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Kerstin Ergenzinger -
Red Noise | Rotes Rauschen | Vörös Zaj
at M0 Project Space of Kunsthalle Budapest, Hungary | 2013
Curator: Lívia Rózsás
How doesthe invisible become audible? Is that which cannot be grasped by the senses perceptible? Kerstin Ergenziner’s (1975) installations question our relationship to reality. They remind us that processes by which we assess and evaluate our environment are subjective, unstable and characterized by perpetual change. In her reactive installation, the Berlinbased artist generates vibrations and renders their random, almost imperceptibly subtle, motion visible and audible through the undulations and sounds of a shape that appears natural, but is, in fact, purely artificial.
© the artist
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