Our team is growing fast! Another confirmed project on PIFcamp is that of Sebastian Frisch whose interest belong to the fields of sound, space and acoustic ecology.
Sebastian Frisch: disCharge
Sebastian started his journey into controlling the sound making capabilities of wood a few months ago. He discovered that if the moisture inside a wooden piece reduces, the material tries to shrink, but can’t because of its stiffness. The result is the cracking of wood. Using a heat-wire stitched inside a wooden piece all who will experiment with Sebastian will apply electricity to the wood, heating the wire and so reduce the moisture inside it. The wood will thus start to sing and to catch its tune (even in the subtlest of forms) microphones, amplifiers and speakers will be used. What follows is experimentation with different types of wood, different ways of inducing the wood song and the building of multiple wood-crackling objects to play a sonic texture of crackling wood… A concert.