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VaporScape

An interactive ambiance sound installation that reacts on the humidity of the room, the temperature of the audience’s skin and translates the vaporization rate into a sound modulation. 

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Sound Tank at Art Basel Miami

A research on the potential effects of sound and the role sound systems can have as a cultural transmitter or in the form of an acoustic weapon. 

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Koka's music machines

Koka is often regarded as a post - composer and creative designer in music, including instruments and tools for making music, performance, installation art.

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CD bending sound art

Turning CD's and its players into musical instruments. Creative, chance-based customisation of the circuits within electronic devices such as CD players, or the CD itself, to create new musical instruments or sound generators. 

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A live coding device album

An album released as a Pi Zero device with high quality audio in a custom case, allowing the tracks to be remixed and reworked using open source live coding software.

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Polyphonic Playground Choreography

A multi-sensory dance piece for an interactive sound installation. The abstract, upscaled children's climbing frame acts as a musical backdrop to an intimate duet, danced by a male and female dancer. 

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Synthesizer Sculptures

A range of experimental sculptural instruments, and autonomous sound art devices that require unusual kinetic movements to be played

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Culture decides the difference between music and noise

Music is present in every culture, but the degree to which it is shaped by biology remains debated. MIT researched the influence of culture. 

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'Listen to yourself'

Three objects twisted and recombined, their original function transformed through inversion. Adam Basanta's new solo exhibition 'Inversion as a literary device' in Prague (CZ). 

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The man who can hear colours

An eyeborg for the colourblind. The life of Neil Harbisson is like something out of a sci-fi novel. Neil was born with achromatopsia, a rare condition that leaves 1 in 30,000 people completely colourblind.

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Circuit board album

A functional 1-bit electronic circuit board album. 'Noise Patterns' comes as a minimalist matte-black circuit board with a headphone jack in the side.

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Experiment in F# Minor

'Experiment in F# Minor', is installed in the rear gallery of Luhring Augustine New York until June 11. On a large table sits a collection of bare speakers of all shapes and sizes. Light sensors are inlaid into the edge of the table and as the viewers move around the room, their shadows cause the various sound and instrumental tracks to fade up and overlap, mingle and fade down. Numerous viewers in the room create a cacophony of musical compositions that vary according to where the audience walks or how many people are in the room. When the space is empty, the table fades to silence.
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Global synth connecting geospatial sounds

Tapping into every sound generated by musicians around the globe. An interactive electronic instrument installation that allows users to synthesize 'environmental sounds' from across the world. The synthesizer is comprised of dozens of modules from Moog and other module makers, and laid out in an approximation of the global map. The cabinet is beautifully crafted in wood, containing the modules and several speakers. The various modules, aglow with light and humming with sound, are connected via patch cables, evoking the network of undersea cables that constitutes the Internet’s circulatory system. Crowdsourced sound art in a divers global spectrum.

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