No.2 continues a series of projects that explores immediate physical space, the internal space of memory, and the virtual spaces of digital media. While the first version of the installation collected an array of live Internet radio feeds from around the globe, No.2 uses an archive of sounds recorded locally throughout Seoul. As light is reflected off a pair of slowly moving mirrored windows, sounds are triggered by an array of light sensors organized throughout the gallery.
Rice's project was made possible with the support of the following:
The Center For Digital Arts and Experimental Media, The Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, The Fulbright Program, & The Korean-American Educational Commission.
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