Cross-Pollination is part of a series of installations exploring emergent and chaotic systems. It employs audio feedback as a driving mechanism and relies on indeterminate input from the environment to act as a catalyst for interaction.
The work is created with custom made electronics, 3-foot balloons and piano wire.
It has been exhibited in gallery (Catalyst Arts, Sonic Lab) and performance contexts (Catalyst Arts,Belfast: Sonic Lab, SARC: Vibe Bar, Brick Lane).
Davis, T., 2010. On Listening to Installation. Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts, 15, 66-71.
Davis, T., 2008. Cross-Pollination: Towards an aesthetics of the real. In: ICMC 2008. International Computer Music Conference 24-29 August 2008 Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queens University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.