We’re delighted to announce that I’ll be joining the fantastic Human Harp project as an audio-engineer and programmer.
In the words of the project leader, Di Mainstone, “Human Harp is a global collaboration bridging knowledge between digital hubs around the world, to co-author a story of sound, movement and bridges.” Having made a compelling proof-of-concept on Brooklyn Bridge, New York, and the team will now be working towards more installations of Human Harp over the coming months.
Personally I’m thrilled to be part of this exciting project with such a talented team, and I hope that our learning from previous generative and reactive audio projects such as goPlay, Play The Road, and CTRL will allow us to hit the ground running with some fascinating sonifications of this very unique instrument.
Want to get involved?
If you would like to learn more about the technology behind the Human Harp, there is an upcoming workshop during the NIME conference in Goldsmiths University, London on 30th June 2014. More information and the sign-up form can be found here.