Berlin University of Arts - UdK, Berlin
19 February 2019
Medium: 8 Speakers. Duration: 120 minutes
Sounding architectural elements is ongoing research in my practice. This piece is a sonic installation located on a ten meters long wall of lockers in a building corridor. The installation invites the audience to explore the existing sound environment while paying attention to the new sonic textures that emerge as background sound. The sound generated electronically using the personal information of each locker's owner. I used fingerprint-recognition techniques to translate that information into data. In that way, each participant's finger biometric characteristics have translated into sonic textures using sonification.