Plasticity sound installation at the British Film Institute

Plasticity installation using Bowers & Wilkins CCM818 speakers at NFT

The creators of The Fragmented Orchestra and Kin present their latest collaboration, ‘Plasticity’ – a site-specific installation that invites users to interact with an artificial human microbrain at the onedotzero ‘Adventures in Motion’ Festival at the BFI November 23rd-27th 2011.

The installation uses Bowers & Wilkins custom installation CCM682 speakers in unique way demonstrating the craftmanship that goes into all speakers even those designed to be hidden behind walls.

You can see a film of this installation here.

1 Comment

  • Tony says:

    Umm, don’t those speakers need to be set in a wall to sound right?

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