WAV (laughing, crying), 2017, two-channel video installation.
In WAV (laughing, crying), two large-scale projections of visualized datum are displayed on
adjacent walls of a gallery space.
● (x2) bar-graphs (horizontal axis = frequency [Hz], vertical axis = volume [Hz])
● (x2) rhythmic patterns of vertical columns that silently rise and fall over time
The sets of graphic information point to intermediary sound-recordings and to bodies that
once laughed and cried. Given the contrast of emotions, these virtual presences read as
having no connection or unawareness of each other—or, as refusing to accept the
legitimacy of each others experience. Perhaps they simply feel differently. Nevertheless,
WAV forms an ambiguous reading of two corporealities that are both proximal and remote.