Interaural Contour I is an intimate architectural installation, an acoustically active environment, whose mathematical structure promotes relaxation, wellbeing, and supports learning. Substantiated by neuroscientific research and drawing from artist Marianne Jõgi’s background in music theory, sculpture and engineering, the event offers a particular sensorial experience. Interaural Contour I is accompanied by composer Ülo Krigul’s sound work Water Itself, which bridges meditational practice and concert music. Pointing to the connectivity between our inner vibrations and those in outer space, the project invites us to consider the reciprocity between the psychological and physical, the personal and environmental, as ultimately sustaining our healthful, earthly dwelling.
Presented by curator Hanna Laura Kaljo
Supported by Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center and Outset Estonia as part of the Republic of Estonia Centenary celebrations.
With special thanks to Ned McConnell, Pump House Gallery, Enable Leisure and Culture