Wave Form is an interactive installation composed of infinite wave patterns generated in real-time with properties that can be controlled by the participants in the exhibition space. Users turn hand-cranks attached to large gears that will physically manipulate the variables controlling the properties of the wave visualization as well as the generated audio. Multiple people can interact with each other to generate unique combinations of figures, colors, and repetitions, with the goal of creating a distinctively participatory experience.
Wave Form was exhibited in InLight Richmond in November 2017. InLight was juried by Nat Trotman, Curator of Performance and Media at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Nat oversees the museum’s collection and presentation of time-based artworks, including performance, video, film, sound, and other media.