In a residual space near Avenue du Carmel & Avenue Henri-Julien, airplanes soar overhead, and crickets and cicadas resonate in the long grass. Every day at noon, church bells ring from a nearby monastery; their tones reflect off surrounding buildings and resonate in the open air.
The bell is filtered to reveal its resonant frequencies. These frequencies are amplified in the space, providing a harmonic accompaniment to the bell that lingers and dissipates over time.
Installation a part of Sounding the City
Project by Jen Reimer & Max Stein