Clinton Sleeper’s relays and motors

April 4th, 2013 |  Published in Blog

Turning the invasive pop babble that colours most buildings into a slightly different kind of babble… the blurb reads: “A sound installation using a MAX/MSP patch that translates the wave form of pop songs to control voltage output to relays and motors. This installation is a site specific piece commenting on the brutalist architecture and design of the SFU Woodward’s campus.
Further exploration of this technology and these materials will follow in the form of interventionist installations and possibly more performance focused iterations utilizing musicians and interactivity.” More of Clinton’s videos here.

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April 4th, 2013 | by | Published in Blog