Hours and dates
- From 10am to 6pm daily
Wim Janssen (BE, 1984) lives and works in Antwerp. He works with technologies and functions of audio-visual media. This takes form in media installations, videos and films. Often, his works are translations of one medium into another. His work has been shown on important Festivals as, Ars Electronica in Linz, IFFR in Rotterdam and venues as the Museum of Contemporary art Belgrade and the MUHKA in Antwerp.
A young boy is taught how to make a wineglass whistle by rubbing ones finger around the edge of the glass. A recording of this action was made on 16mm film, without sound. In the installation, the film runs out of the projector, through the space, over two wine glasses. The film strip is guided over two actual wineglasses. Just like in the image, they start to whistle, creating the sound of which we see the source in the projection.
With the support of KulturKontakt Austria