A sound space is stretched by 11 transmitters, that dynamically form loops (Schlingen). This loop room (Schlingenraum) is individually sensed by the auditor-recipient. From partial perception emerges a public. The recipients interrelate actively and interact with the sender. Sender and receiver perform themselves reciprocally.
The radio is a wide-spread low cost technology. The principle of “wireless transmitting”provides the possibility of a potential recipience in any desired location. It is not bound to physical structures like cable or installed networks, yet undergoes the visual connected anchor of an euclidic perception of space.
Digitally fragmented sounds and beat loops are processed by means of a self-reflexive algorithm and arranged in 11 channels. On the basis of the preceding events, new structures are perpetually generated in real time. The relationship between particular sounds describes dynamic and tonal sound spaces that move in field structures.