Christopher Salter presents his installation ›Just Noticeable Difference‹. In a completely darkened room experience a composition of gentle vibrations, lights and sound that walk a fine line of what is just about perceptible. This installation is part of the ISEA2010 RUHR exhibition that runs until the 5th of September in the Museum of Art and Cultural History (Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte) in Dortmund.
An installation by: Christopher Salter in collaboration with Marije Baalman, Brett Bergmann and Harry Smoak
Concept, direction: Christopher Salter
Sound design: Marije Baalman/Chris Salter
Sensing, programming: Marije Baalman
Light: Harry Smoak
Production management: Brett Bergmann
Installation construction: Duncan Swain, Justine Chibuk
Installation skin research and development: Elio Bidinost/Shannon Collis
Technical direction (Europe): Thomas Spier Funded with support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research, Council of Canada and the Conseil des Arts et des lettres Québec
Please note: Just Noticeable Difference is intended for an individual experience and can only be accessed by one person at a time. Please book your visit at firstname.lastname@example.org (until 19 August) or with the attendant next to the installation.