Preparing an interactive sonic wall installation

Preparing an interactive sonic wall installation

08 █ 12 █ 2020

Our summer grantee and recent Columbia PhD recipient Stylianos Dimou is designing an interactive sonic wall to supplement the Resonate project from SNFPHI awardees Hypercomf, which aims at reviving forgotten folk song and tapestry weaving traditions on the island of Tinos. Dimou’s installation will be part of a physical and online exhibition presenting Resonate to the public and will enable visitors to interact with natural and artificial sounds gathered and created by Hypercomf.

To create this sonic wall Dimou uses microphones, motion sensors, and specially designed software that allows visitors to explore the project in an interactive manner and ultimately create their own work of sound art. Dimou’s contributions to Resonate will soon feature in the Cahier section of the Institute for Ideas and Imagination’s website.

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