Acoustic Cluster

  • ©ISEA2015: 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art, Mari Ohno, Acoustic Cluster
  • ©ISEA2015: 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art, Mari Ohno, Acoustic Cluster
  • ©ISEA2015: 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art, Mari Ohno, Acoustic Cluster
  • ©ISEA2015: 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art, Mari Ohno, Acoustic Cluster
  • ©ISEA2015: 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art, Mari Ohno, Acoustic Cluster

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  • Acoustic Cluster

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  • Sound can be a tool for physically capturing the human body. This work seeks to investigate something we are largely unconscious of in our daily lives—our very presence—through the use of acoustic response. A number of pipes of different lengths suspended within a space each contain a microphone and are equipped with a freely movable speaker assembly beneath them. The distance between each speaker assembly and microphone is expressed in the “howling” acoustic response. Having divided the space with pipes, moving This series of phenomena seeks to make audible the normally inaudible material of space. Moreover, this work goes beyond transforming sound into information or data to imagine its exploration through a physical filter. This work employs space itself as an acoustic material representing people’s physical presence and makes it possible to experience a series of musical works by understanding the transformation of spatial properties as musical performance.


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