Tonight at 8.30pm (6.30pm GMT), NeMe Arts Centre is opening its doors and launching the related site to the interactive sound installation Two Worlds.
The web component visitors determine the sonic environment of the space by triggering sounds, using a provided list of keywords, and they will be continually feeding our space until the 30th of November.
In their turn, visitors in our space control the nature of the acoustic space via a series of proximity sensors.
Two Worlds is a project co-organised by NeMe, the Cyprus University of Technology (School of Fine and Applied Arts) and the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University focusing on some of the of issues related to migration.
All the software developed for this project will be available on github with a Creative Commons Licence.