(This video is showing a small part of the 'First phase - construction' with walk-in participants + segments from the final performance @Cyberfest, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2010)
2009~current, install-action audio/visual work, on-going
premiered at Experimental Intermedia, NYC (2009), funded by Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec
at Cyberfest, St. Petersburg, Russia (2010)
at Emily Harvey Foundation, NYC (upcoming in January 2013)
An installation with live processes
A collaborative concept by Keiko Uenishi and Katherine Liberovskaya
Live sound: Keiko Uenishi
Video environment and live video: Katherine Liberovskaya
Sculptural structures: Uenishi & Liberovskaya with participation of people in St. Petersburg
LandFilles is a public participatory "install-action" project by Katherine Liberovskaya (Canada/U.S.) and Keiko Uenishi (U.S./Japan). It is a durational installation-performance that is conceived to take place over a period of several days.
The first phase: Collection & Construction
• Collection of empty clear plastic bottles (by donations from visitors and collection tours through sidewalks and curbs.)
• Construction of a structure/environment from recycled materials (transparent plastic bottles.)
The second phase: Live processes / Performance
Assembled with help from visitors, the resulting structure becomes, in the third phase, an "instrument" serving as basis for multi-channel/projection audiovisual performances with live processes. Uenishi interacts with the environment of accumulated waste through audio-feedback, deriving sounds from the hollows and shapes as if reading through the temporal geography, whilst Liberovskaya uses surveillance cameras, analog monitors and projectors to interact through video-feedback.
The third phase: Demolition + Give-away
After the third phase is completed, the structures made out of the re(up)cycled bottles will be torn down and given away to all of you!
Overall info >> soundleak.org/works/landfilles
For other documentation of this piece on-line please visit: