Repeat After Me (Lunar Landing)


6 varying height stretched canvases approximately 60” high and 12” wide occupying 216” of wall space with transducers and processed audio

Through custom software, audio recordings from the news broadcast of the first human lunar landing are analyzed for pitch content. The resulting spectral components are assigned to individual speakers which are indecipherable at close range but at a distance, sum together and become decipherable speech.

This is part of an ongoing body of collaborative sound works. See more at C+N projects.