Kay Schuttel

What you are hearing right now 2021

Synchronicity in time and multiplicity in space

Ethereal Walk 2020

The potential of sound to create imaginary mental spaces that transgress physical constraints

No Laughing Matter 2020

Laughing in relation to bodily presence and acousmatic sound

On Demand 2019

Strategies of empathy deployed by technology market:

Stand by 2019

State of perceived and real immobility:

Together Alone 2019

Moving images stuck in repetitive and encoded movements:

Where are you now? 2018

As mirrors distorted enough to reflect:

How are you? 2017

Upon each encounter the phrase is replayed, each time emphasising the performance of language distanced from its original meaning:

Viewpoint 2016

Control the reality:

BeeldTaal 2015

An estrangement between the sound and image:

If the wall would be the floor 2016

A room without gravity:

Moving the Frame 2016

Public become performers:

Live 7.30 2014

My point of departure was to deconstruct the principle of film by separating its three key components: audio, imagery and time. By means of live performance and real-time playback or both:

0:0 2015

Visual descriptions of physical spaces:

Déjà Vu 2013

The effect of mediatised reality: