by Wolfgang Spahn
Face the Unsyncable, expand your horizon and sync beyond all limits!
The Unsyncable is a sonic vaccination of digital devices with an excerpt of analog electronics. These so injected devices become immune against binary infertility and all kind of digital sterility and they are cured from the ordinary stereotypical monotony.
Syncing signals is a tricky task but with a tiny surgical intervention it turns out to be a Kinderspiel. Just hard-wire all
your electronic hearts and cores, avoid to ground yourself and enjoy the so gained immunity.
Wolfgang Spahn is an Austrian-German sound and visual artist based in Berlin. His work includes interactive installations, miniature-slide-paintings and performances of light & sound. His art explores the field of analogue and digital media and focusses on both their contradiction and their correlation.
That’s why he is also specialized in re-appropriated and re-purposed electronic technologies. Spahn’s immersive audio-visual performances merge the technically distinct production of images and sounds. In this respect the data stream of a digital projector becomes audible whereas the sound created by electromagnetic fields of coils and motors will be visualised. Spahn is facculty member of Sound Studies and Sonic Arts of Berlin University of the Arts.
Spahn presented his work in national exhibitions, Biennales and Festivals.