Sway

a textural installation where sound and physical form meet

Sway is a space where sound and physical form meet. The environment reflects the palpable experience of listening to music, in which many small parts work together to create a larger whole. When visitors become immersed in the mass of translucent reeds that form the geometry of the room, the sound composition reacts at the location of disturbance: individual sonic textures are revealed and distorted, unifying the experience of physical and aural textural breakdown.

Photo Credit: Eleonora Agostini

By Lisa Kori Chung and Caitlin Morris
Sound Design: Davide Cairo and Francesco Novara
Production: FABRICA

Exhibited:
Sónar Festival, Barcelona, June 2014

Press:
Wired
Noisey (VICE)
Vogue

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