deepblue / Christoph De Boeck [BE]
25.02 – 27.02.2011
Christoph De Boeck approaches sound as a visual and tactile medium. His interactive installation Steel Sky confronts the visitor with an acoustic representation of his electrical brain activities : a ceiling of steel segments responds to his state of consciousness in real time. The intimate topography of the cerebral cortex of each person walking under the roof, is mirrored as pins hit different locations on a matrix of steel in shifting rhythms and combinations.
concept, programmation, design Christoph De Boeck | research brain waves Wolfgang Eberle, Lindsay Brown / IMEC | construction, light design Hans Meijer |electronics Olivier Leirs | management Annelies Van den Berghe | production deepblue vzw | co-production IMEC (Leuven), Concertgebouw (Brugge), Festival van Vlaanderen (Kortrijk), Dommelhof (Neerpelt), Prado (Lissabon), STUK (Leuven), Netwerk (Aalst) | support Flemish Gouvernment | thanks to Dirk De Ridder, Fabrice Moinet, Serge Vandenhove, Marcel Daniëls, Hendrik Leper, Elias Heuninck | special thanks to IMEC (Leuven)