Triptic, 3D laser engraving on optical glass, 3×1000cm³, 2012.
This installation is made out of three glass cubes separated from each other by a ten centimeter gap. Inside each solid a cloud of waves has been engraved using a laser. These waves are a visual representation of white noise.
White noise is a random signal (or process) with a flat power spectral density.
Frequency captured here lead to the drawing of a sound landscape frozen in the glass.
This sound, anatomized and fossilized as such, is articulated in a way that produces visual rhythm based on continuous distribution and blank turns.
Guests are encouraged to observe more closely changes and variations.
It is a double observation based on two different scales: molecular and cosmic. Where the two meet, spectators can then hear haunted echoes of troubled memories from a faraway past.
Conception 3D: Marwen El Bekri