1500 Waters

1500 Waters

1500 Waters appeared in the group show Expanding, Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford University, Fall 2008

1500 Waters is a study of abundance and scarcity. Through sound composition and installation it is a reflection that starts in the summer of 2008 when approximate 1500 wildfires burned in California while flooding occurred in other parts of the U.S. 1500 waters used HSS highly directional speakers, microcontrollers, and sensors. Highly directional sounds beams echoed in the front entrance way of the gallery, while sensors on the ground tracked the motion of visitors, triggering additional rays of sound.

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