Ground Me!

July 14th, 2009 by javier Leave a reply »

Ground Me! is an interactive sound installation that was held in the Sonic Lab of the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC) at Queen’s University Belfast on May 19, 2008 by Javier Jaimovich. The installation addressed three main topics of interest to the author: site-specific art installations, body impedance as a form of sound generation and people’s behavior when asked to interact with electrical objects and with other human beings.

You can see some photos or videos of the installation. This installation was also reviewed as a paper in the NIME2010 conference, you can check the reference and paper under publications.

Thanks to all the people who attended and specially to María Ponce for her help during the set-up, Bertram Knappitsch for the videos  and Chris Chong for some really cool pics.



  1. Diego Bravo says:

    That’s very cool, they look like kids 😀

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