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Searching for the right measure

This work was shown at BITEF (Belgrade international theater festival) on 21st September 2006 in Belgrade, Serbia.

“In the time of invisibility”, BITEF, Belgrade Photographed by: Natasa Matovic

Searching for the right measure

According to the scientific researches 72% of human body is water.

My body weight is 56 kg. Capacity of the water that my body contains is 40.32 ℓ.

In this work I am offering the amount of water that I have in my body,

Indestructible = eternity

Indestructible = Eternity

The scientific law about indestructibility of substance says that substance cannot be destroyed, it can just change it’s form because of E = mc² for unrelativistic particles.

Experiment: By solving the 117g of salt in 200 ml of water the saturated solution is made. After the vaporization of the water the amount of salt remains the same.

Since we are also a substance = energy, we are indestructible too.

Observers were invited to do this experiment.

Tameiki Majiri "Mixing Sighs"

Production: March 2007
Material: faucet, drain port, MP3 player, speaker, voice, etc.

Winner: 2008 "11th Japan Media Arts Festival" Art department (interactive) Jury Recommended Works

Interactive works that viewers loosen the faucet.
Loosening the faucet, sigh who leak such feelings loose.
Voice of sigh that leaked from each of the faucet is mingled at random.
The viewer, not get even with any of the emotions, nestled in was filled with a vague emotional space.

Prefall 135

Prefall 135 is an interactive audio-visual installation. It uses the energy of falling water to make watermills rotate and produce sound and graphics.

The sound is inspired in the sound produced by natural elements like wind and water. Every watermill has a specific function in this system, and the movement generated by the water falling will change parameters, creating this way some dynamic evolutions in the sound that comes from the installation.
Generated graphics are created according to the input of the camera that detects the rotation of the wheels.


interestrelar is an audio-visual device that broadcasts sounds of cosmic collisions, spiraling galaxies on black holes, through woofers with ink that make automatic galactic drawings operated by the occasional movements in the street. Interestrelar is a generative, infinite, irrepitable installation, a machine that generates space sounds from the analyzed movement from a vigilance camera, projecting ink from woofers to sheets of paper, performing abstract automatic drawings that recall space charts, placing the space reverberating cosmic sounds. (2009)

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