Tremor or: How I Learned Not To Be Nervous is a sound performance experimenting with psychoacoustics.
“How does our anticipation for an impending event affect our present state? With the foreknowledge of a natural result of actions, does that change our perception of the emotions we feel towards it? Can our intention make us predict the future? How does the perceived information through our senses change our mental state? Why does listening make me nervous?”
Materials: 30+ ceramic plates, 3 wooden stands, 5 sound controlled vibrators, wireless controller and Max/MSP.
December 10th 2016 at Bloody Milk Gallery, Aalborg DK
July 9th 2017 at Aarhus Artspace, Aarhus DK
Technical Assistance: Karl Heding
Photos by Sara Arenfeldt Kragh
Tremor or: … – excerpt from performance on December 10 2016 at Gallery Bloody Milk
Tremor or: … was supported by KulturKANten