The project aims to transpose Waclaw Szpakowski's visual art into sound by sonifying the space, creating an ambisonic auditory experience. Inspired by the geometric art of this artist and architect, Lebik seeks to transform its essence into a multi-layered acoustic structure that transcends the boundaries of visual perception and delves into the realm of psychoacoustic auditory experience. This sonic act uses sine waves and their diffraction properties in a specific architectural context to create a 4D spatial composition. Through the process of sonification of a defined space, it seeks to find an acoustic and musical counterpart to the fascinating visuality that Szpakowski has masterfully captured in his works. This sonic act takes the form of a site-specific spatial composition. A profound exploration of the interplay between the acoustic properties of sine waves and their reflections in a specific acoustic medium leads to an organic arrangement of pulsations at the intersections of these waves.
The performance will be a continuation of the project of the same title, which took place in a similar form in the Multimedia room during the Sound Sanatorium 2022.
Collaboration: Łukasz Kujawski (animation concept for Szpakowski's work) and Łukasz Grynda (animation).