A terrifying, Interactive, Upcycled Noise Contraption
The Acousatron is our largest and longest-running installation, which has been mutating and evolving since 2010. It has featured at many national festivals, science events and museums and has even been re-built in Moscow, twice! Find out more about this incredible mechanacoustical instrument here.
A playful and interactive sound-sculpture model of the water cycle.
Originally commissioned in 2010 by the House of Fairy Tales for the Thames festival, and then commissioned again in 2018 by 509 Arts for Landlines and Watermarks.
Find out more about the Gurgle Splosher here.
A sculpture made from upcycled circuit boards, with interactive sound and light features.
The Green Panet is not lush with vegitation, it’s surface is completely covered with the detritus of consumer-electronics. Find out more about the Green Planet here.
Site or event-specific installations, using interactive controllers and often (but not exclusively) built from upcycled e-waste.