Hall, M. 2015. Tree radio.
Mixed Media installation at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP), developed during Art for the Environment Residency awarded by University of the Arts London and YSP. Tree Radio is a sound installation which transformed an oak tree at the Sculpture Park into a micro radio station. A transmitter embedded into the tree relays as fluctuating sound the trees reactions to light, via sensors on the tree and probes in the tree, which also relay its water levels as electronic tones. Visitors at YSP can pick up the trees transmissions on their personal FM devices (such as phones with FM) if they are standing next to or near the tree.
|Keywords||Tree radio; radio art; sound art; mixed media; YSP; UAL;|
|Funder||Yorkshire Sculpture Park|
|University Of The Arts London|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||30 Jun 2016|
|Completed||05 Jul 2015|
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