For this exhibition, the Tazas crew wished to push their work about radioactivity and collaborate with Dr. Gordon Mash, Composer of contemporary classical music.
This invisible phenomenon is omnipresent. Alexandre Suné and Guillaume Beinat position a Geiger counter to detect the Beta and Gamma radiation of the ambient radioactivity. The amount of radio detected animates the wall devices where 15 motorized music boxes play a Lullaby Quodlibet *.
Thus, even if the materialization of radioactivity is one of the "drivers" of our concerns, it is the trigger of a phenomenon. Here the diffusion of orchestrated music, leads us to consider that finally gravity is as imperceptible as the surrounding matter. A raw installation to the poetry of phenomena discreet.
* Quodlibet: is a musical composition combining different melodies in counterpoint.