Imagine a room with smooth, cold and blue light illuminating the tiled walls and floor. An audio spotlight (very directional speaker) is fixed at the ceiling. Sounds are reflecting on a rotating wooden plate hanging above the speaker and reflecting to the wall. The audience is allowed to spin the plate to influence the sound spatialization.
The reflections give an impression of a multi surround sound in a most natural way and it seems that the sound i wandering through the room. The audience continue to effect the interactive installation throughout their stay in the space and by moving the wooden plate. The combination of sound and visual aspects of the room creates a new perception of time and a physical perception of space and architecture.