How would the sound of the world look different when viewed as a material for shaping?
The NOIZE ROOM is a spatial experience where you surrender yourself to a space where you focus your consciousness on the sounds that exist around you for a minute, and where you hide and immerse yourself in sounds that are difficult to perceive in your everyday life.
Various sounds are sometimes called noise, and our brains dismiss that information as unnecessary, but if we focus all of our senses, not just our ears, on the noise, we may be able to find meaning in the information we can perceive.
Sometimes it's comforting, sometimes it's nostalgia, sometimes it's nostalgia, when your body and mind are immersed in the noise that generates all kinds of emotions, the noise becomes material, and by the time you leave the NOIZE ROOM, you may be able to listen to the sounds that fill the world.
Since auditory information, such as the sound of a baby's cry and the sound of wind blowing through a forest, has a perceptual component that generates emotions, skips context, and allows us to understand things intuitively, we started this research because there may be information that can be used as a material yet to be discovered.
In the exhibition, I would like visitors to touch the shapes created from the noise created in this research process in a space that does not rely on visual information but only on auditory and tactile information, and feel the potential for information that has not yet been fully utilized.