Site specific Sound and Aroma Installation for a turbine room of the old cotton factory in Pori, Finland. 2012.
This piece is an exercise on experiencing a room with a now present vague and lax historical meaning (And old Cotton factory that nowadays is a University Unit). The first years when this place was running as a factory -between the 1920s and 1930s- modern gender roles were having important changes. The spectator is invited to inhabit this room through sound, body and aroma.
The piece consists of two sound installations in two different places in the Gallery, one over the control panel (the sound you can listen to with the following link) and the other over one of the corners of the room: La vie en Rose interpreted by Edith Piaf together with a Coco Chanel no. 5 that public would smell too.