Hyperdimensional Variations III
RAKE Visningsrom, Trondheim, Norway

Installation with tarpaulin, rope, memory foam, mylar, carbon, brass, wood, spray paint, large-scale digital print, tape, textile, foam, amateur radio, and found object assemblage.

Much like the dizzying hyperspace we reside in, we are completely immersed in radio noise. Both are imperceptible unless tuned to and received. Radio was discovered, not invented. It is a complex energetic field that extends through the universe, which we have learned to surf our own signals upon. An amateur radio station was active in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition, receiving encoded signals and cosmic interference. Special transmission events took place to communicate with other operators in our own space-time continuum and possibly beyond.




Special thanks: Rasmus Hungnes, Bergen Kringkaster, Mari Norddahl, Charlotte Rostad, Trygve Ohren, Trondheim Kommune, Billedkunstnernes vederlagsfond, Norsk Kulturråd

photos: Susann Jamtøy