Lene de Montaigu
This sonic sculpture is a digitally and acoustically interactive piano rebuilt from recycled and reimagined parts. Its skeleton is left open, inviting the architecture around it to become its resonant body. All missing pieces were measured, determined, reimagined and reproduced through digital tools.
The sound you interact with marries both acoustic and digital sound. Certain hammers trigger sound samples from online media. Simultaneously, the keyboard triggers acoustic sound from the harp using the repurposed mechanism of the once obsolete piano.
c = λf
These are a series of drawing experiments. All experiments explore forms of collaboration between a machine and a human in the production, use, and formulation of images. c = λf is the mathematical equation for the speed of light. These sketches are part of a series of explorations I have made over the past few years around light and mirrors in relation to screens, cameras, and interactive media.