An interactive fabric of sound reacts to touch. The piece invites exploring the intimate relation between sound and touch. Producing sound become easily accessible by naturally touching the fabric and discovering its tactile and sonic properties at once. The three frames are transformed into different instruments that several participants can intuitively play at the same time. Improvising, coordinating and "playing" together remind us that music is at the very core a participatory and social activity.
The installation is an example of how to transform the tactile exploration of a physical object into a performative and possibly collective sound-making activity.
presented @Plektrum Festival 2011, Tallinn, Estonia.
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