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

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

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.


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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