Présences Périphériques is an installation that gives sonic presence to interconnected apparatuses worn by viewers within a space that is "under surveillance." These apparatuses emit Bluetooth signals that travel through the space, are captured by a receiver and then transformed into sound and light sequences.

Evelyne Drouin

Jeffrey Dungen

Generative soundscapes from ambient wireless traffic

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Generative lighting and soundscapes from ambient wireless traffic

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Présences Périphériques is exhibited at Centre Clark in Montréal through February 17th, 2018.

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