Project by Joëlle Aeschlimann, Pauline Saglio and Mathieu Rivier
Exposed photographies : Emile Barret
Images by Florian Luthi
The most beautiful part of the castle is an authentic living room with a piano dating back to 1857, which has been a victim of time. It was particularly out of tune and its keys were locked, it could not be used as piano anymore. We wanted to restore this antiquity in a way that it would brighten the room again.
Lights and a projector are connected to the keys, thereby making certain combinations of sound and light when the keys are stroked of tuning. The visual result therefore overrides the song, which invites even the most inexperienced players to come and play a tune.