The musical part of the project involves the choir, orchestra, and electronics. A characteristic sound is a result of the decomposition of each work of the collection into the RGB color model and further sonification of each of the color pallets. The title of the work and the name of the author (their Unicode, length) affect the rhythmic pattern of the musical composition.
The observer simultaneously receives a large amount of data, which includes all the necessary information about works in the collection and the authors.
A total sound installation that simultaneously occupies all public spaces of the RuArts foundation's new building. In addition to the technical function assigned to the soundscape, this installation's semantical intention is to reflect the creators' conceptual vision of the collection.
In this case, the sound is becoming a tool in a thought experiment that is intended to break into the curator's head.
Playing with building spaces engages a system of communication between floors and rooms. On the first floor, the created composition is blending with the sounds produced in the cafe, and on the fourth floor, in the atrium of the building, fundamentally new work is produced by collecting everything that sounds in different parts of the exhibition space.