Creative Coding, Software Design
Nuit Blanche, Montreal, Canada 2015.
Brrrradio is a multi-channel sound installation of the urban soundscape that unfolds everyday chatter, conversations and noises into an engaging and immersive sound installation. This project allows people to record on-site their sounds and messages that represent their ideas of winter or qualities of the city, and then walk around the installation to experience their own voices as they blend and contribute to the general soundscape.
The installation is composed of a portable setup that is easily replicated in different locations and settings. The system is split into two main parts: the recording ‘station’, which functions as the optionally-moderated broadcasting station, where people get to record their voices and messages. The second component of the system is the distributed, multi-channel sound installation that weaves the recorded sounds in the already existing soundscape that decays and renews itself as new input is broadcasted into the system.
Position: System Developer, System Design, Interaction Developer, Interaction Design, Installation