Seeing, feeling, hearing. These senses help us to perceive and interact with our enviroment. An interactive light and soundinstallation with limited sensory perception is the result of the cooperation of various artists as a part of the Isff 2019. The visitors can influence the output of the installation at three points and create an ever changing experience, while their senses are only limited available.

Marie-Joelle Scholten-Reintjes, Interior architecture student from Mülheim, and Martin Trittin M.A. interior architecture from Bielefeld, thought of and realized “Nüscht” as a part of a project of the University of applied Science of Arts in Detmold.