@2019 by Sirou Peng

Solenoise

 

    We as architects like to use our hand to touch objects around us in order to learn about materials, density, and durability. Each object has the potential to produce a compelling sound if it only could have a beat. Solenoise is a sound installation that allows turning a room into a music performance, through the use of gestures as detected by the Kinect.

  Sirou Peng, Silvia Rueda, Luca Giacolini

IALab, The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, UK

Jan. 2017