TATE EXCHANGE: MVMT & TECH
TECHNOLOGICAL GARDEN OF EDEN
Workshop, Interactive Installation, Sculpture, Sound
This project, developed by the Movement & Technology group as part of the Digital Maker Collective participation at the Tate Exchange 2018, we aim to introduce and perhaps teach digital fabrication to all audiences and learn from the discussion and dialogue sparked by the workshops.
We introduced digital fabrication and created fruit pianos and a 'Technological Garden of Eden', an installation where fruits, when touched, trigger eerie sounds, created by Ben Ibbotson. We used Bare Conductive products such as Touch Boards, PiCaps and used Raspberry Pis and Arduino IDE.
In collaboration with
Video by Florentine Ruault
Photos by Lee Maskomi