‘White Noise’: for the second edition of our FABER series, Marcel Vaid translates the architecture on the Bürgenstock mountain into an abstract world of sound.
After the literary interpretation from the previous year, FABER 02 is offering an auditory experience. Individual sounds build on each other to form rhythmic sequences, surrounded by reverberations and abundant space. The tones, reminiscent of a cavern, are a reference to the 700 m2 apartments on the Bürgenstock mountain, whose interiors remain empty and unfinished. Artist Marcel Vaid recorded tones and noises on site for the composition. The configuration of sounds could be heard at the exhibition opening in the Labor Bar on 7 March 2019. Together with pictures of the snowy landscape, it awakened a mysterious image of the dark Lakeview Residence Villas, which have been nestled on a steep slope overlooking Lake Lucerne since 2018.
If you missed the live performance of FABER 02, you can get a free CD from Stücheli Architekten, Denise Herzog, Communication Stücheli Architekten, firstname.lastname@example.org