Water Mining: An interactive sound installation

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Water Mining is a collaboration with musician Michael Drews and visual artist Brian McCutcheon. The work involves an interactive sculpture built to collect and amplify underwater sounds. Additionally, a live multimedia performance response to the sculpture broadcasts using amplified water and electronic sounds as its source.

The project was originally commissioned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art as part of the Autumn Equinox celebration event in 2014. It has also been presented as part of the 2016 Indianapolis Light Festival IN Light IN

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