WoodEar

WoodEar is a video and sound installation designed for large-scale presentation in a public space or gallery. It uses live data and audio streams from sensors embedded in a tree to generate real-time content. Created by composer Peter Traub in collaboration with Jennifer Lauren Smith (photo/videography, exhibition design) and choreographer Katie Schetlick (performance direction), the piece involves four projections, a live performance, and sound installation in addition to an interactive computer application. For more information, download the press release.

ContactSheet-001 (WoodSprite)

Contact Sheet for WoodSprite projection (159 images crossfading in accordance with real-time shifts in air pressure).

5prints

“Limbs,” Pigment prints on Hahnemuhle Torchon, 17 x 22 inches, 2014

Press Release (PDF)