Japanese composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda recently designed an exhibition for the Hamburger Bahnhof museum in Berlin, which ran from 28 January to 9 April of this year. The project's title 'db' (abbr. for decibel) refers to the symmetry of the two halls on the upper level of the museum's east and west wings, while simultaneously indicating the complementary relationship between the two exhibition spaces.
The project is a composition in which time and space are shaped through the most minimal use of sound, light and visual elements.
There is a very insightful video of the exhibition, which illustrates just how stunning this work of art is. If you managed to visit the 'db' exhibition in person however, please share your thoughts.