** Collaboration between Greg Pond and Jes Cahn-Thompson. Hosted by the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College :: Tectonic Apperception was conceived as a sonic organism with microtonal movements, shifting itself across the architecture as sound installation. Tectonic movement within the space of the body — human or architectural — conveys the sonic field as a fully present, fluid, interactive object with physical (sculptural) properties that shape our reality. Using a light sensor and Arduino micro controller, the installation processes and responds to real-time variations in sunlight, evolving as a spatially aware, sonic consciousness within its environment.

part of our flagler college sound exhibition. window speakers projecting interactive audio. the light sensor data effects the pitch of the audio in real time as light increases and decreases.