site-specific sound installation in Liepziger Strasse, Berlin
stereo speaker, dimensions variable
above: documentation video
In Leipziger Strasse, Berlin, the famous neon sight of Coca-Cola, which installed on the roof of the building in shortly after the German reunification, is juxtaposed with a under-pass where is the other side of the street about 500 miters away direction to Potsdamer Platz. Explosion sound is installed in the under-pass, and people passing by listen it and soon they face with the Coca-Cola sign at up ground. This site-specific sound work explores new systematic/ geographic relation between commercial Coca-cola neon sign and human body in the under-pass of Leipziger Strasse.