Primary Sound is an interactive exploration of color, sound, and space. 

Each primary color has a designated zone and microphone in the installation.  The amplitude of the audio input received from the microphone controls the intensity of the respective primary-colored light.

As multiple microphones recieve audio input simultaneously, the primary colors of light mix, creating a dynamic three-dimensional color field.  

Primary Sound asks participants to developed their own relationships between their sonic emissions with the resultant colors.  How can we create a certain color based on our voices?
2015

Site-Specific Installation

In collaboration with Ryan Graham, Alex Diamond, and Ken Dineen

 


2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles