narrative and spatial design
150 prepared dc-motors, 270kg wood, 210m string wire
Prototype and design by Jessica Bizzoni and Joris Stemmle.
Motors, wood, metal, power supplies. Dimensions: variable
At Studio Zimoun 2015
Installation view: Klangraum Krems, Austria. Curated by Jo Aichinger.
22/05/2015 - 07/26/2015
Prototype and design by Jessica Bizzoni in collaboration with Joris Stemmle. Work at Studio Zimoun
The Stein Minorite Church dating back to the 13th century is one of the oldest Mendicant orders’ churches and was secularized in the 18th century. Since then, the Gothic church has been used for various purposes: as salt or tobacco deposit or as headquarter of Stein’s fire brigade.
Since the early 1990s the wonderfully atmospheric room with its 14th-century frescos has served as “art room” (starting as exhibition room of the “Kunsthalle Krems”).
Under consideration of acoustic, architectural and spiritual specifications well-adapted music and sound art concepts have been developed since the founding of the Kunsthalle Krems in 1992.
127 prepared dc-motors, sticks 30cm
Design and installation.
Motors, wood, metal, power supply.
Design and prototype by Jessica Bizzoni and Matteo Taramelli at Studio Zimoun.
Leading and setting up
186 prepared dc-motors, cotton balls, cardboard boxes 60x60x60cm
at The MAC, October 2014.
"MAC International 2014", The MAC, Belfast, Northern Ireland. MAC International is the MAC's first ever open arts prize, offering professional artists worldwide the opportunity to exhibit in the MAC. Artists: Rolando Vargas, Geerk Lenz, Andrew Cranston, Darek Fortas, Harri Palviranta, Roxy Walsh and Sally Underwood, Salla Tykka, Hanibal Srouji, McKinney, Mike Harvey, Grace Ndiritu, Tim Ellis, Shelly Nadashi, Euyoung Hong, Tsahi Hacmon, Dougal McKenzie, Cian Donnelly, Baelen Steven, Ulf L Mairead McClean, Charbel Samuel Aoun & Colin Darke"
Assisting and setting up
186 prepared dc-motors, cotton balls, cardboard boxes 70x70x70cm
at The Dutch Design Week 14 for STRIJP. Eindhoven, The Netherlands, October 2014.
Design + research + photography
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