Data Garden PERSONIFIED
In developing the technology for our work with plant-sonification, we have found many applications beyond our initial intentions. With Personified, we invite individuals to use the same exact interface that we originally developed for use with plants on their own bodies.
We believe this interface and others like it could be viable tools for for professional music production and for music therapy in the future. As a musical instrument, extremely fine control of real-time bio-feedback allows endless possibilities in the development of new musical ideas. As a tool for healing, the interface puts the user in a real-time sonic bubble generated by variation of their skin’s contact with two probes, encouraging awareness of the body and presence in the moment. We invite visitors to explore Personified by developing their own relationship with this human/computer instrument.
Additional technical support provided by SubPac Tactile Bass Technology
Personified made its debut at The Noguchi Museum in May of 2013 and has since been exhibited at The Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, SXSW Interactive and the Philadelphia Museum of Art
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