angular oppressors - interactive installation | 2016

Fine Art Degree Exhibition, Crawford College of Art & Design, Cork, Ireland

June 9 - 15, 2016

Interactive Installation incorporating four sculptural stacks that react and start playing upon detection of motion. Each stack produces different note, together creating harmony. The sound is produced by a custom made speaker assembly replacing traditional speaker cone with an embossed print. The sculptural forms in front of the speakers were cast in the Czech Republic from a special aluminium alloy used for parts in aviation, industrial applications but also armed vehicle weaponry systems.

Exhibition Review in the Autumn 2016 Issue of the Irish Arts Review by Sarah Kelleher
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Radio interview for the ART BEAT - UCC Campus Radio, June 14, 2016