May 13—September 16, 2006
A lattice of 12 video cameras (surveillance type) and 12 speakers was constructed 15’ above the Lot using aircraft cable to suspend the devices. The cameras tracked movements of pedestrians within and through the space. These movements were then stored within a computer running software, which over time was trained to understand normal patterns of movement or behavior. Sound was then used to engage these patterns spatially through a matrix of sonic responses.