Owls use their asymetric ears to monitor the world. Read what our curiousity radar has picked up!
A bit of info on the salinity circuit
Sound Lathe video
Owl Project at Musikprotokoll, Graz 2007
Some sketches for our listening horn installation in the grounds of Turton Tower.
So far we know verry little about James Kay of Turton Tower
Our saw blade player takes shape!
preserved prototype and final tone wheels and drums from Mr Robb's workshop
Prototyped K-Scope: based on a tide prediction machine and the traditional Water Frame, with the Flax replaced by laser it spins light.
Interesting mechanical synth from 1890's
We are now working flat out on our new commision for Turton Tower.
Our first trip to Fermyn Wood was packed with excitement.
Anyone interested in DIY bio-electronics and Ardunio has to check out this biohacking tool kit as in developemnt on the Hackteria site;
DIY fish to brain interface simulator circuits
The Workshopology symposium is held by expert participants,open to public observation and participation, where they will self analyse their own activities.
Comparing old skool Locative Art to Alex Brainwood's on going Listening Instruments shows some interesting developments.