4/4/17 Update

Architect Simon Kim and director Brian Staufenbiel have begun working on the visual look of the sound sculptures, involving shells constructed out of wound carbon fiber. Here are some beautiful pieces built out of this material (for a previous project) by Simon.

3/1/17 Update

Engineering team meeting at Drexel’s ExCITe Center with our fearless leader Youngmoo Kim!

12/20/16 Update: Workshop Video

9/28/16 Update

    The team at Drexel has been hard at work over the summer. Here’s a mock-up of a bike-wheel unit for the sound sculpture from September 1st and physical prototypes from September 26th! Special props go to  Richard Vallett for his hard… Continue Reading →

6/17/16 Update: Sculpture Demo Video

5/16/16 Update

A couple photos from our morning recording session with the spectacular cellist Karen Ouzounian and the awesome recording engineer Drew Schlegel. The sculptures are sounding great, still a little finicky, but the Drexel team came through with flying colors!

4/29/16 Update

3/18/16 Update

Two sound-producing prototypes from the Drexel team! Some serious work from Kate, Laura and Justin with help from their fearless leader Youngmoo. Next step is to re-orient the wine glasses vertically and improve their reliability. The bike wheels have a beautiful jangle… Continue Reading →

2/15/16 Update

A note from composer Lembit Beecher: I’m particularly excited by the amount of collaboration this project not only asks for, but demands. Though I initially had a clear sense of direction in my head, this is constantly being adjusted through discussions and work… Continue Reading →

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