The author describes his research on communication among plants, insects and birds in a forest. Mainly concentrating on the bio-acoustics produced by them, that cannot be audible by the human ear. With this work the author wants to find out if the pecking of a woodpecker has an effect on the life of insects and if the bio-acoustics produced by a tree have an impact on insects, and how the wildlife reacts to artificial birds in a forest. To test his hypotheses the author builds artificial birds and places them in a forest. He collects data and creates a documentation of the experiments performed.
Idee und Realisation: Rihards Vitols
Prof. Hans W. Koch, Karin Lingnau, Prof. Mathias Antlfinger
Eine Produktion der Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln