• Kyoto University of Art and Design / Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art
• openFrameworks, Arduino, Max/MSP
I worked in collaboration with Kyoto based artist Chiyaki Ishizuka to provide help on the sound partof her installation.
Chiyaki Ishizuka explores the mutual relationship between human and nature.
The exhibition features an aluminium box filled with moss on the inside.When touching the moss, the electromagnetic current is converted into sound by an Arduino connected to Max/MSP.Digital noises and organic sounds are produced on top of an ambient pad, giving the illusion of bringing the moss to life.
An openFrameworks application also displays the lifespan of carrots since their incubation in real time.
Development made at the Kyoto University of Art and Design and exhibited at Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Artfrom
November 14th 2015 to December 13th 2015.