Carsten Alvim - Entangled Sound From Sleeping
The current works represent earth art that celebrates how we're all connected on the one web of life. This poetic work is exemplary of Carsten Alvim eye for detail, we are forced to explore the question of how the museum consciously or unconsciously perpetuates beliefs and behavior. In that way it leads us to view the world around us differently; Carsten Alvim's nearly imperceptible sound paths unconsciously stop the visitors in their tracks; images are exactly truthful representations of what they record, the strangeness they represent is all carefully setup before the shot is taken, the installation reflects artist's idea of the animation of the machine as a mirror of identity, the success of Entangled Sound From Sleeping lies in this very process. The layers of time and place involved in the works of art presented engage the viewer in the complexity and awareness of the situation. The installation reflects artist's idea of the animation of the machine as a mirror of how we perceive things. After all, the information it reveals is easily accessible to anyone who wants it.