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Harp String DJ Booth Is Its Own Playable Instrument [Video]

Harp String DJ Booth Is Its Own Playable Instrument [Video]
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Design studio NEON's installation allowed the audience to collaborate with the performer.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 13 december 2013

London-based design studio NEON created an interactive DJ booth for DJ Alessio Natalizia of the electronic duo Walls.

The installation consisted of a steel cube frame and glowing UV fluorescent nylon strings threaded at the sides. Inside the structure was a space for DJ Alessio to perform. The nylon strings were covered with electronic sensors that responded to human touch and allowed the audience to interact and collaborate with the DJ.

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According to NEON’s project page, the installation explored the “connection between music and architecture and explores the idea that a performance venue can be part of the performance itself.”

The installation was part of the House of Peroni.

Watch the video about the installation below.

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