Sono Fluo

Sono Fluo is an interactive installation with the idea to give anyone the possibility to contribute to the process of making music. Up to three people can play and interact through moving the fruits (interfaces) hanging on the branches of the plant shaped installation. In this way the user can control a pulsing composition. The soundscape is supported by waves of light flowing through the construction with the aim to help the user understand the underlying mechanics.
The installation is developed in cooperation with Nick Kirwan and Theis Boisen with support of Henrique Figuera and Mariam Zakarian.

3 July 2014
Roskilde Festival