Group show curated by Franciska Zolyom
Atrium Movie Theatre, Budapest Autumn Festival
"Cinemascope" was a sound and light installation
built inside an excisting empty glass vitrines in the foyer
of an abandoned 30's movie theatre in the centre of Budapest.
Two blinking led-lines were suspended longitudinally across
the glass boxes. Each of the 600 red lights were blinking
with an individual frequency approx 1Hz.
Four different noise waves were composed by 150 randomly
blinking leds on each line. The sound was taken directly from
the led's leads then amplified and played back through piezo
discs that were glued to the glass box walls. The glass walls
were working as a speakers amplifying piazos' vibrations and
making them audible.