For the exhibition - MESH - at the Weserburg Museum in Bremen - Germany, the artist has developed a multichannel sound installation. It is based on his private sound archive, from which he has selected recordings and added new ones. Digitally reworked and rearranged, they will be made audible in the museum and, for the first time, related to one another.
Strange and familiar sounds meet here - technical sounds of a Japanese ATM or the soundscape in the waiting room of the german immigration office. The various sound pieces can be heard one after the other via a loudspeaker, supplemented by a screen that displays the remaining time of all pieces together. The five blue benches positioned in the room refer to one piece each in their different lengths, thus offering space to calm down and listen. The recordings, although they represent very different times and places, create an immersive atmosphere. They are associatively linked with each other.
The installation Immaterial Inventory is both: a sound event and a special form of nagevation of the world conveyed by sound.