This piece, p1x3L8Ed, was done during my first Fall term at Dartmouth for Spencer Topel’s Advanced Sound Design class. It was premiered at the Sound-Unsound installations exhibit on November 14th. It was shown again at DAX v.2 during the Digital Arts Exhibition on May 9th. It consists of three wall-mounted wooden boxes that house light-sensitive, square-wave synthesizers. A computer connected to a projector beams three grids of color onto the boxes, changing the fundamental frequencies of the synthesizers.
Here’s a video summary of the Nov. 14th exhibit filmed by Alex Stockton (p1x3L8Ed is shown at 1:16, 1:45, 2:50, 3:41, and 4:27):
A few pictures: