“Whispers” is a collaborative sound installation work between Eeva-Liisa Puhakka and Katrin Caspar.
The sound installation consists of a dozen sound-objects which record short sound samples, bird songs, which will be amplified and played back within the space afterwards.
Each object works as receiver and transmitter at the same time creating a situation of live sampling.
Thereby every object works on its own and independently but mimicking the other ones.
Like birds in the forest the objects try to impress each other getting louder, screaming more, or becoming quiet.
It is hard to locate a single sound, a single object, they work all together creating a network of information.
As the system itself is an open system, the viewer also becomes part of the installation.
Eeva-Liisa Puhakka is a finnish artist based in Berlin working within the field of new media art. Puhakka´s works are moments, atmospheric and narratives. Surreal images in which fiction and reality meet, meanings shift, past and present fuse.Time and memory always play a key role. Puhakka has been showing in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Russia, Senegal and the United States.
Katrin Caspar is a Berlin based artist that works with electromechanical material creating mainly kinetic sculptures and sound installations, often involving everyday objects. She is interested in the abstraction of systems, their organization, structure and behavior and its performative potential.