Amplified Floor Riga Performance
A raised wooden structure meant to host live events at the Latvian National Museum of Art has been embedded with microphones to amplify the performative moments that occur while being inhabited.
Through the amplification of sounds which normally go unheard or unnoticed, the temporally expressive plywood floor provided the inhabiting body with new sensitivities and affected their manner of circulation.
The floor was performed for a live audience and remained amplified so that visitors to the museum could interact themselves with the sonically-sensitive space.
ARSENĀLS Latvian National Museum of Art
Structure by Grafcon Construction
Sound Installation and Performance by Brad Nath
Installation Assistance by Reiji Kobayashi
Production Assistance by Emīlija Morica