The Museum for Contemporary Art Roskild comissioned Mogens Jacobsen to come up with a new and varied way to present the museum's “vast archive of sound-art.”

Jacobsen responded by creating Hørbar, a “physical bar-like social environment that enables visitors to interact with sounds via RFID tagged bottles.”

Each bottle in Audiobar is labeled with different keywords such as ‘slow', narrative', ‘noisy' etc. and by moving the bottles around, visitors can play sounds that match the keywords.

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