Installation Art

“Tone Flowers”

“Tone Flowers” is a garden of playable electronic flowers, each with an embedded analog tone generator and light sensor-controlled amplifier. The audience is able to interact with each individually by disrupting the light shining on the sensor, which causes the flower to emit a synthesized scream. Mounted on flexible posts and housed in brightly painted flower petals, this work combines the minimalist austerity often found in sound art installations with the whimsical yet confrontational aesthetics at the core of the DIY electronic music scene.

Electronics and Mixed Media

Creative Media Capstone Show, April 2018