The White tower features the sound installation
Michael Akstaller adjusts to a slightly higher frequency spectrum. He performs a manual surface activation of the concrete materiality of the main room on the second floor. His performance is recorded and played back into the room. The mid-range sounds travel fast within the space, crawling up the circular ceiling and diffusing into the room. His piece is inspired by the idea of radial pressure distribution in a water reservoir. While playing the space with his hands, he reimagines the water pressure that was necessary to supply the surrounding apartments. The space is filled with non-material but physically perceptible sound and activates the connection to the surrounding neighborhood. Akstaller’s piece will blend with Werner’s sine wave composition and the traffic noises which constantly sink into the building.