Soundpool: the Manufacturing of Silence is a whimsical interactive audio installation which consists of 8 giant paintings that also function as audio speakers. When activated, the installation surrounds the audience in a silent but physical 3-hertz vibration within a mechanical cacophony of electric motors and machinery.

Slience Heimbecker

Slience Heimbecker   Slience Heimbecker


2001 – Vidéographe – la Cinémathèque québécoise – Salle Norman McLaren, Montréal, QC/CA

1996 – Association de création et diffusion sonores Avatar, Salle Multi – Méduse, Québec, QC/CA

1996 – The Works Visual Arts Festival, Edmonton, AB/CA

1996 – Illingworth Kerr Gallery / Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, AB/CA


Soundpool: the Manufacturing of Silence was produced with the assistance of Media Art and Audio section of the Canada Council for the Arts.

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