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daniela di maro & roberto pugliese: ivy noise
dec 16, 2010
daniela di maro & roberto pugliese: ivy noise


ivy noise is an ongoing series of interactive sounds installations by the italian artists daniela di maro and roberto pugliese.
black wires and speakers grow on white walls based on the growth patterns of ivy. some of the speakers play an audio
soundscape, while other make sounds that are improvised on the spot based on human interaction. noise in the environment
is captured through microphones and small samples of this are altered and played back. the resulting synthesis of sound
creates a soundscape that is both natural and artificial, a fact that is true of the physical installation as well.

http://www.myspace.com/ddmerobertopugliesevideo

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