Yellow Splitch is an installation for public spaces, featuring an intricate and life-like interaction between visual and sonic elements. The installation consists of thousands of plastic cups suspended in the air and filled with a fluorescent solution. The liquid in the cups is illuminated with black light, and perceived as glowing dots. Loudspeakers situated across the space convey a constantly evolving soundscape, and through a tight coupling between sound and light the glowing points become sources of both color and tone.
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Below photos from the installation at Bazarbron, Gothenburg 2011.