See-Through Squares – London Sinfonietta 2016

Sep 27, 2016 | Events, Exhibitions, Photographs, Shadow

Collaboration with composers Emily Hall and David Sheppard commissioned by London Sinfonietta 

Based on the idea of a wind chime we developed a instrument measuring its own movement.

A exciting challenge to create a ‘machine’ with the ability to collect a variety of data, initiating layers of music, visuals and shadow projections.

Next performance 03.11.16 Iceland Airwaves

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