When I speak, are you listening? If you hear me, do you know what I’m saying?
When looking back on our explorations of the different forms of communication, HLH wanted to reduce the experience, strip it down and remove anything but the basic form — the simple speaking and hearing that makes for dialogue. We created two places that are “nowhere” and connected them with the simple tools of communication: input and output. The microphone and the speaker.
But what would two people, existing nowhere (or is it everywhere?) have to talk about? Would they even understand what they are saying?