'Son Demounn' _ Interactive Sound Space (Ver 2) Mauritian Creole for 'sound people', Son Demounn is a social, interactive, audio control installation. In collaboration with Kim Yip Tong and Henry Greenleaf for. Sonar 2016
Son Dimounn, Mauritian Creole for ‘sound people’, is a social and interactive audio manipulation piece. Initially developed as a self sported, domestic structure and later reinvented as a hanging object for Sonar festival, Barcelona.
An interactive sound installation comprising of a wooden frame with stretch sensors which, when pulled, activate a variety of different audio filters. An Ipod/mp3 player can be connected via a computer and arduino system, giving users full control of the sound system.