„Spinning Zizzles“, a sound installation inside the former gas holder in Berlin-Schöneberg (2014), deals with the special architectural characteristics of the space to create an unique acoustic effect. Because of the outside wall made of steel the sound waves spread in a exceptional way in the circular inner space with a reverb of 14 seconds. 
The loudspeakers are placed in a circle and face the wall. The sound spatialization is connected to the composition in a way that isolated appearing impulses from singular speakers are combined to an acoustic unit through the reverb and echo. The audience perceives a surround sound with moving sound sources acousticly connected through the reverb of the architecural space.

(Due to terms of image licensing we are not allowed to present photos from inside the gas holder)