“floating detectors experiment” is a speculative audiovisual analysis based on an ambience recording of an experiment attempting to capture signals from previously uncharted fundamental particles. It doubles as an foray into the relationship dynamics of two highly sensitive detectors made with a sole purpose in mind, but wanting more.

Dissociation then becomes a way of escape, of release. Similar to a radio receiver tuning between signals that float on the ionosphere, the senses scramble wild for a frequency to tune to. When habitual modes of perception fail, the senses scale up to inhibit a space filled with contardictory, haphazard and seemingly disconnected bits and pieces – the narrative turns the routine into the fantastic.

With particle physicist Matthias Walter. 

2018, commissioned as part of TRANSOBJECT framework for collective collaboration with SFB42.