C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

D0 note (18.35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

F0 note (21.83 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

G0 note (24.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

A0 note (27.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

Paluszewski-Hau, Mads Bech 




The Reanimation Research Institute (RRI) is an independent organization that uses sound-related artistic practices applied to a research field within human geography.
With the notion of the Anthropocene era, human activities are aligned with volcanoes and tectonic shifting as geological impacts. Simultaneously, critical studies on modernity shows us how we as humans experience an ever increasing sense of disappropriation from our physical surroundings, with various alienating consequences. The RRI directs its activities within this problem field.
The RRI investigates and experiments with the dynamics between humans and their surroundings as a product of a cultural (dis)integration process. Our general stand is that of looking at the relation between human and surroundings as an animated relation, a relation based on usage, directed energy, extended corporeal functions etc., that gives a cultural auspice to our surroundings. Our goal is to investigate the nature of this relation. How is it created,
maintained, dis- and reintegrated?
The RRI activities are inspired from animistic rituals and thinking, using sound as a medium to reveal life and behavioral characteristics within objects, spaces and systems. We encourage a strong outreach towards context, audience, situation and other immediate(d) plateaus.
The RRI draws on a vast international network of co-operations within a sound-related cultural and artistic environment. Our activities include co-operations, consultancies, therapeutic experiments, commisioned works etc. within these environments.
The RRI is directed by Mads Bech Paluszewski-Hau (1977), a soundartist, composer, cultural producer and musician with a master degree in Human Geography and Performance Design and a member of the Danish Composers Society. Since early 2000s he has been doing sound related art- and cultural projects under the name Obernkarbi. While formerly serving as an independent urban planning consultant, since 2011 he has been focusing on artistic activities. In 2017 he took a long break to evaluate and condensate the essence of these activities.
Coming out of this, the RRI was founded in 2018.
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