Sound Of Signals is a six-channel interactive sound sculpture, in which the visitor becomes a part of a physical, sonic space of signals. The work speaks the language of communication technology. The speakers are autonomous entities in a polyphony of signals. The interactor forms a network with these entities through his behaviour.
In their latest collaborative project Koek and Lubberdink tap into virtual and undetected layers of modern communication signals between our mobile devices and the networks surrounding us. The installation allows visitors to experience the omnipresent connections between us and these networks.
The work has been created especially for the FIBER exhibition