cacophony of a no-place
Twelve-minute setting as an excerpt and original translation of the flow of movement on Gebrüder-Wolf-Platz in Hamburg’s St. Pauli presented in a sound installation in a square structure. A loudspeaker at each corner symbolizes an exit from Gebrüder-Wolf-Platz. A loudspeaker in the middle of the installation represents the place as a whole or everything that happens on the place. Complete darkening of the room for the purpose of better perception of the sounds.
concept and design:
Anna Angold, Kenneth Weber and Patricia Paryz
University of Applied Sciences Hamburg