Suitcase, Analog tape delay, Speed-control, Equalizer, Amplifiers, Wiring, Speakers, Natatorium (site-specific installation/performance)
Described in the video, the analog tape-delay takes in the sound of a space, amplifies, and pushes it out into the same space, resampling and looping. The feedback is controlled by the delay, as well as an equalizer which emphasizes or deemphasizes portions of the audio spectrum. In this way one is able to eaves-drop on a conversation between a space, and itself from a different point in time. Timeand sound are looped and tangled.
Based on rough studio experiments, the video stands as documentation of the performance and phenomenon. Therefore, the video is not the finished work; audio quality is fair, but far shy of as immersive as it is in any given space. Furthermore, the installation and performance changes (sometimes dramatically) depending upon the size, shape, and quality of the space in which it is deployed.