Hidden Melody  - Harmonia Mundi

Inner Spaces Multimedia Centre for Modern Art, December  2003


video installation; video projection,  4 TV monitors, crystal globe

The work refers to Pythagorean idea of Harmonia Mundi. It is based on Johannes Kepler’s (XVII/XVIII) elaboration of Music of Spheres  (accords performed by Mercury, Venus, earth, Moon, Jupiter and Saturn) which is combined here with microsounds revealed in one heartbeat. The length of this heartbeat is stretched to the light-distance between the Sun and the Earth (8min.31sec.).

The piece consists of two parts: systole and diastole of the heart. (diastole “is going” backwards in the negative mode)  and in a negative mode)  The rhythmic unit of the piece is heart-beating.

 Sonic waves are juxtaposed with ultrasonographic image .