An accessible installation for accoustic interaction. The installation consists of a metal construction (300x300x280cm) which is equipped with a rectangular drum of goat skin, various piano and gut strings partly attached with natural objects like stones, wood, metall, and earth on the ground. The whole construction is connected to an audio system by piezo microphones which audify the tensions and vibrations within the material that arise in the interaction with the elements of the construction.
Shofar, conch, oryx horn on metall stand (by Daniel Nehring) with compressor.
Pneuma (πνεῦμα), ancient Greek word for breath, wind; in theological or philosophical context for spirit. The horns and conch are blown in religious rituals for signalling festive occasions. The compressor uses compressed air to force mechanical work.