Introducing Hive

Exploring convergences between technology and nature, Hive employs regurgitative paper wasp architectures with technological parts and scraps to create an empty sculptural entity that replaces insects with sound in relation to a participant’s proximity.

In association with Kyle’s participation in Nomadic Noise Residency (which consists of various artists creating sound-inspired work for an awesome show in late July), the two of us are collaborating on a sound sculpture. Currently called Hive, this project is essentially an interactive multichannel speaker sculpture. Things are subject to change as we develop the project, but this is how it’s all looking:

Stay tuned for process and development posts!

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