PORTRAITS

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The installation is sheltered in a 6500x6500x3000mm black box, composed of a metallic structure covered by two layers of black fabric panels.

At night, Sonar Borealis opens up to the outside.

 

Inside this shelter, is a 4200x4200mm installation composed of 80 2800x35mm panels of tule suspended from the ceiling.

25 mono-directional microphones spread accross the installation enable to gather the sound created by the visitors in a spatial way. This data is then processed through a customized software which generates a pattern in motion. The visuals generated are projected on the installation in real-time via two projectors.

The nature of the tule fabric allows the projections to spread throughout the entire installation, creating a space of light triggered by sound.