The musical industry has recently suffered the effects of massive digitalization. It resulted in the gradual loss of images which seems to be both a cause and a consequence of the recent mark-down of music.
Based on the new listening and consuming behaviours, my final degree project aims at recreating the missing value of music by reconnecting and reinforcing the link between music and its visual representation.
Today (and since the 80's), the music has definitely overrun the streets. Therefore, it appears to be more than a legitimate environnement for this project.
This idea consists in an interactive wall. When someone passes by, a system of sensors automatically activate the recognition of the music played on his MP3 player. This music takes shape on the wall and disappear when the passer-by goes away.
This video is a part of my final degree's project. I invite you to take a look a the entire project on my album : Images at the age of musical dematerialization or my website : frederictacer.net