Video: DV-Pal, 13.19 min, sound;
Part of the project Sense Correspondence, shown in the two solo shows The Imagines at Galerie Metro (Berlin, April - May 2012 DE) and Objets Reposés at M Museum (Leuven, June - September 2012 BE) and during the Soirée Nomade: Le son de Mots at the Fondation Cartier (Paris, November 2012 FR).
Featuring contributions by:
Gilles Aubry (sound), Chloë Brown (drawing), Cathrine Clover (sound), Karni Dorell (sound and drawing), Lucia Di Iorio (sound), Christine Elsinger (drawing), Ellie Ga (sound and drawing), Christina Hartl-Prager (drawing), Silke Hennig (sound), Peter Jap Lim (sound), Sebastian Meise (sound), Alex Müller (drawing), Julie Oredam (drawing), Luke Rendell (sound), Maya Roos (drawing), Salome Schmuki (drawing), Anna Soucek (sound), Alina Viola Tas (drawing), Laboni Quazi (sound);
Slides, projected films and gestures by Ines Lechleitner
For her current project Sense Correspondence Ines Lechleitner has invited artists,
scientists and writers to participate by sending her a description of a sensory experience in
drawing, sound or text. The material received by 45 contributors exists as an ongoing collection of ideas.
For the video Activations Lechleitner has selected drawings and sound recordings from this collection. These drawings and sound recordings are presented, responded to, activated and performed. Contributions are being combined into new compositions and are superposed with and answered by Lechleitner’s gestures, projected images and film excerpts.
In the Sense Correspondence project testimonies of synesthetic experiences are activated in order to create new work. It explores the passage from one sense to another as well as from one person to another. It’s an artistic interpretation and implies the circulation of sense- as significance and sensation.
Excerpt (3.52 min) of the video Activations, 2012- selected chapters featuring contributions by: Christina Hartl-Prager (drawing), Salome Schmuki (drawing), Lucia Di Iorio (sound), Luke Rendell (sound), Ellie Ga (sound and drawing), Silke Hennig (sound), Peter Jap Lim (sound).