What is Icelandic Conductive Intuition, and what’s its link to creative technology?
Experimental Music Composition & Sound Designer, Hwan Yun was inspired by the calmness of Icelandic nature and wanted to bring this element to an interactive installation, where an audience could interact with nature.
Hwan developed a huge interest in the vast and minimal appearance of the Icelandic landscape and decided to create a dark and mysterious soundscape during his residency at Listhus in October 2017.
To be able to bring this installation to life, Hwan had to incorporate new technologies in his work. For this exhibition, in addition to the Bare Conductive’s Touch Board, Pi Cap and Raspberry Pi 3, he also used a 3D pen and Electric Paint.
With the above ingredients, as Hwan calls them, because of the freedom these tools give him, he turned the Icelandinc inspirational shapes, painted on paper, into an interactive sound installation.
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