Polyrhythia Workshops, Montreal (2013)


During a residency at Mobile Media Lab and Hexagram at Concordia University in Montreal, there were two workshops for students

1. Making experimental GPS controlled percussive objects.

2. Generating and recording sound using field recordings in the city, to use in the 'space metronome' app. During the exhibition participants listen to sound that is composed by an app, depending on proximity to start point and speed of movement. The app also sends the speed that they are walking to a database, which is used to control the speed of the machines tapping in the exhibition.

This work is the result of an ‘Embedded’ residency at the Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed, Bristol, supported by Sound and Music. See: blog/video’s/artists talk

Recording Sound for 'Space Metronome'.