The installation "Ubiquity" is based on thousands of short audio recordings each 30 seconds long, which were taken during the research study "EAR for Recovery". This study is focussing on how children recover from traumatic events, like injuries, and the influence of family interaction during this process. More than 6000 sound snippets offer acoustic impressions of their daily life as an ever-changing landscape of human utterances, noises and silence.
The exhibition at the Blaue Fabrik in Dresden was organized in cooperation with the symposium "New Perspectives on Experienced Traumata".
The Dax Centre - located on the campus of the University of Melbourne - provides artists with lived experience of mental health issues opportunities for creative expression while fostering social change by expanding the public’s awareness of mental illness and breaking down stigma through art.
video recordings from the exhibitions in Dresden and Melbourne: