© EJTECH Photo: David BIRO
In this multichannel work, each electromagnetic textile coil vibrates and creates sound. As sonorous phenomena unfold throughout the textile, it constitutes space, mediates presence and articulates time. By linking human bodies and matter via the physical resonance of sound as a vibrational force, the textile becomes an instrument for new ways of listening and a next-generation interface for humancomputer interaction.
｜Born in Hungary, 1989. PhD. Textile artist, material researcher, EJTECH.
Born in Mexico, 1984. Media artist, sound artist, EJTECH.
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