The installation is visible at Noblessner Marina around the clock until September 27th. The installation can be visited by appointment with a 2 EUR/person ticket. Please contact email@example.com to register.
Marianne Jõgi’s outdoor installation Interaural Contour I opens at the Noblessner Marina in front of the Kai Art Center. This Kai summer project aims to enrich the area surrounding the center with new contemporary art.
Marianne Jõgi’s outdoor installation is an acoustically active environment whose structure not only promotes both relaxation and wellbeing, but also supports learning. Substantiated by neuroscientific research and drawing from artist Marianne Jõgi’s background in music theory and sculpture, this floating teepee offers a very particular sensorial experience. The immersive sculpture is accompanied by composer Ülo Krigul’s sound piece Water Itself . We recommend participation either alone or in groups of up to 5.
International audiences had the opportunity to experience the work during London Art Night 2018 at Battersea Park. Now the installation is being presented at the newly renovated Noblessner Marina in Tallinn, where it is visible around the clock until autumn.
Marianne Jõgi was born in 1983 in Tallinn, Estonia. She received her MA degree in installation and sculpture from the Estonian Academy of Arts. Jõgi has also an extensive background in music and a formal education in music theory. Her spatial works provide conditions for viewing the world through architectural form. She has taken part of exhibitions and creative projects since 2005. In 2013, Jõgi was awarded the Young Artist Award for her installation Inaudibles.
Ülo Krigul was born in 1978 in Tallinn, Estonia. He has been educated in music academies in Vienna and Tallinn as a contemporary composer. Krigul has worked in different genres ranging from commissions for large symphony orchestras to electroaccoustic installations, theatre and film music. Besides composing, he has been active as a musician and arranger in blues and jazz scene and in experimental music groups.
The project is supported by Tallinn Culture Department and Port Noblessner.