Interactive sound weave
Traditional weave, alpaca and sheep fiber, 304 copper rods, one hundred meters of conductive thread, speakers and micro-controllers
Dimensions: 3.5 meters x 40 cm
This interactive textile was weaving on back-strap loom. It has a complex structure that includes, within it, materials conductors such as copper, which when affected with a little electricity become touch sensors, reacting with the proximity of people. This proximity generates data, that is “translated” by a micro-controller and are sonorized according to the woven patterns.
A collaboration with the PENELOPE Project from Deutsches Museum, Munich – Germany.