ATRIA: A Sound Installation Exploring the Interface between Art, Science and Technology by Remapping Cardiovascular Development

Simon Rundle, Deborah Robinson, David Strang, Matthias Wienroth

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Abstract

ATRIA was an immersive sound installation that was the result of a dynamic, reflective dialogue between artist Deborah Robinson and biologist Simon Rundle during Robinson’s residency within the Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre, Plymouth University. The work drew on theoretical ideas in developmental biology and the sociology of science and practical, laboratory investigations in developmental physiology. Data from videos of snail embryos used to map physiological function during development using conventional (scientific) diagrams were “remapped” as sound projections into a three-dimensional building space, transposing scientific knowledge into a public experience as a “mutable mobile.”
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)443-449
JournalLeonardo
Volume47
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2014

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