The Stereophonic Chord Pavilion
invites the pedestrian observer to be an active participant in their occupancy of a space. The project enlists sound and audible relativity to create fluctuating zones of volume, intensity, and color. Each of the towers are tuned to a specific note, which they produce as a deep textured hum when agitated by the wind. The cumulative effect of each tower makes a chord that changes based on one's relative position in the space.
Bridgewater Place @ ArtPrize 2010
materials: Aluminum pipes / Wood / Concrete block