Using a wooden floor as an eight-channel tactile sound system

BZZZ – International Sound Art Festival took place for the second time in the old windmill of Harplinge (near Halmstad, Sweden) from the 3rd to the 5th of July 2015.


I participated with a new installation, called “Wooden Waves”, in which eight vibrating devices were transforming the wooden planks of the 4th floor of the windmill in a resonating surface. People was asked to lay down on the floor to experience the vibrating waves and percussive sounds flowing along their body.
For now only some pictures are available, but a video and a more detailed post will follow during next weeks or months.

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2 pensieri su “Using a wooden floor as an eight-channel tactile sound system

  1. this is truly amazing. i love the ideas and implementation. true. sound is the most universal of languages because even water, wood, animals, air, our blood, objects animate inanimate, alive or barely feeling… sound goes through us. and touches us. i love what you’re doing. i love it.

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