Noise Landscapes

Installation, 2015

Audiovisual studies made through generative and analogue techniques.

The idea is to visualize noise from personal observations and experiments, and let the spectators take part of the experience in form of a physical and interactive installation. The installation was formed as a box to represent a room for the 360 degree experience. It is divided into separate phases with visuals representing a variety of frequencies, showing how the mind automatically draws associations through hearing and visuals.

Personal graduation project at Berghs School of Communication.