Optophono at V&A: Digital Design Weekend 2017

Optophono is proud to take part in the 2017 Digital Design Weekend at the V&A Museum in London. We will be showing projects by:

Una Lee: OAZE (2017) interactive sound map

Helena Hamilton: Butterflies (2017) for overhead projector and electronics

Pasquale Totaro: Pyramid Synth (2017): the snythesizer that turns objects into sound

 Pyramid Synth (2017) by Pasquale Totaro. The synthesizer that turns objects into sound.

Pyramid Synth (2017) by Pasquale Totaro. The synthesizer that turns objects into sound.

Gascia Ouzounian, Christopher Haworth and Julian Stein: Long For This World (2013): create your own music for sleeping

Peter Bennett, Christopher Haworth and Gascia Ouzounian: various apps from our AHRC-funded "musical selfies" project Pet Sounds (2016)

 Screenshot from OĀZE (2017) interactive sound map by Una Lee.

Screenshot from OĀZE (2017) interactive sound map by Una Lee.

Where to find us at the V&A:

Seminar Room 5, Learning Centre, Victoria & Albert Museum

10 AM-5.30 PM, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 2017.

Free entry.

We are grateful to the V&A and to the AHRC Digital Transformations Scheme for their support of this project.