INTRANSE is a sound and light installation, by artists Camille Laurent and Stefanie Egedy, in which the public experiences a space moved by waves of low frequency sound and light. The installation disturbs the senses by stimulating them to embark on a universe formed by the junction of different languages, which together create a universe of their own. In this installation the visitor participates in a "sensory-spatial-reality" designed by the artists, but created by each one.
The work presents different sound and light forms reflected by the space through mirrored walls. The mirrors receive and deform the light, while the sound is transformed by moving through the space. The audience moves through the environment, their senses, touch, hearing, and sight receive stimuli, thus everyone is an actor in creating the immersive environment. The low-frequency sound waves are felt on the skin, filling the space, due to the pressure they exert on the air. It is a call to see, to feel light and sound through another perspective.
INTRANSE is an invitation to a sensory journey.