Edwin van der Heide works on the crossroads between sound, space and interaction. His work cannot be easily defined as sound art or media art as he works on the border between the two disciplines. In this sense, the medium used for his work does not only mediate but is also explored and redefined each time.
LPS - Tabakalera
In 1815 the scientist Nathaniel Bowditch described a way of creating visual patterns by using a sine wave. These waves can also produce audible tones and it is therefore possible to establish relationships between sound and image. In this sense, the work entitled LSP looks into the relationship between sound and the three-dimensional image through the use of digital sounds and laser projections. By combining these elements, the artist plays with the perception of space, creating sensory illusions that, through synaesthesia, allow the audience to change their perspective of space.