Invisible Wall is an interactive art installation by an artist duo from Kazakhstan, theZwo. The concept splits between spatial object hidden in a dark space of the gallery as a static part and light and sound components to the installation as an interactive part. Audience is encouraged to enter dark space and flash the light onto the sculpture which reacts to light and thus change the soundscape within the space. Spatial sculpture is built from several rows of thin metal wires crossing the room in simple geometrical pattern.
In this Composición colectiva III: Campanas de cocina [Collective Composition III: Kitchen Bells], metal kitchen bowls are used as bells that are virtually hit when a person approaches them. Within this area the sound produced will be modified according to the position of the body, and it will change following its movements. On the video version there are seven hanging bowls, each one of them is connected to contact mics that send the resonance of the metal to a computer Max/processing patch.
The project shows, in real time, a non-linear sound installation that reflects in time-space an absence of a previously determined script. To explain the operation of the "China" piece, it is important to mention that the 10 live canaries inside the red cage work as sound algorithms, since the movement and the random song of these birds activate different modular frequencies of the piece, which become unexpected and create other dynamics in time-space.