Margarita Ogoļceva

The Unhearable Becomes Visible


Konstantin Raudive was a Latvian writer, philosopher and parapsychologist. More than 30 years he researched the potential life after death, developed his model of "Eltronic voice phenomen", which is based on communication of dead people through help of radio receiver.

In the "Eletronic voice phenomen" recordings "the beyond beings" never speak clearly - it is a combination of languages, sounds, noises and voices. These layers create new meanings, that can only be unraveled by a very careful listener. 

Th exhibition's installation is created out of original "voices" of Raudive's research, as well as, his book "The Unhearable Becomes Visible", which was written in 1965.