Walls, borders, demarcation lines are inherent to our daily lives, perception and thinking process. The work Sub/liminal soundscapes focuses on the dynamics of liminal surfaces and the space within and around – inside and outside – to discover how boundaries affect the area they surround. By questioning the origins of the division of space, the installation aims to raise the awareness of an ambivalent state of in-between-ness.
Ildikó Horváth (1986, HU) recently graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. Within her art process, she investigates the increasingly complex relationship of physical and virtual space. Sub/liminal soundscapes was her graduation project.