Los Angeles, US
Artslink awarded project featuring an interactivity workshop and sound sculpture. The interactivity workshop was a 3 hour workshop introducing concepts of interactive art, and then exploring simple live examples of multimedia interaction with sensors, audio, visuals, and more. The workshop ended with a group project with hands-on wiring and coding.
The sound scultpture was an interactive, site specific project simulating major earthquakes in the Los Angeles area. Using 49 sevos, an arduino (open source microcontroller), i2c Adafruit servo drivers, photo cells, and a ton of boxes, earthquakes were simulated with rotating boxes back and forth that contained wooden beads. The movement and sound of the boxes created a ripple effect similar to the expansion of an earthquake's wave from its epicenter. The opening night of the 3 day exhibit included a live ambient music performance from myself and the2vvo.