Framed color public appeal and 7 responses in black A3 Riso prints
20 copies of this public appeal were reproduced as an A3 poster, entitled Searching for the resonances of falling spruce wood, and placed on public notice boards in the German city of Mittenwald. Historically, this city has been, and still remains, an important center for cutting, treating and assembling string instruments of high quality. The appeal was distributed through artist networks as well as by means of a public call. When exhibited, Searching for the resonances of falling spruce wood still generates responses to its public appeal.
The 7 responses include self-composed poems, fragments from e-mail correspondence with Ursula Nistrup, scores for existing music, a drawing and a new composition. The exhibited responses are by Trami Nguyen, David Lieberman, Daniel Evaeus, Heinz Kreuzer, Andreas Pahler; the new musical composition is by Claire Singer and the drawing on musical notion paper is by Maria Diekmann.