Augmented temporality installation for a room, a microphone, a headphone and a listener.
How do we perceive a present moment as a future memory? What happens when the past, the present and the imaginative interfuse in the same space? With the use of live streaming, impulse responses and on-site recordings, different forms of perception of time and space are examined in a sensory essay.
The piece was developed in a Residency at Matralab (Concordia University Montréal) of open to the public on June 12, 2015. Participants were invited to experience the installation one at a time. Each cycle lasted 10 minutes.