Martina Lussi lives and works in Lucerne. Lussi has performed work between the disciplines of sound art and music performance at places like LUFF (Lausanne Underground Filmfestival) or the festival Oto Nove Swiss at London’s Cafe Oto.
All the tracks were made for art installations between 2016 and 2017.
“Anti”. Performed in occasion of an event at Kunsthaus Langenthal.
The piece was shown in a completely dark room and the audience was sitting while listening. The room was so dark that you didn't even see the person sitting in front of you. The piece is made of synthetic sound as well as a field recording of Cairo.
"I Am A Chair”. The sound was listenable only by laying your head on a chair. It worked via bone contact, with a piezo-mic/loudspeaker transmitting the vibrations on the chair.
"Enter I" and "Enter II”. This installation evolved out of research at Benzeholz in Meggen, Switzerland. All of the sounds used in “Enter” are computer-generated; none come from natural audio sources. “Enter” is an invitation to step into the artist's memory of this place.