Spying the TENT

"Spying the TENT./WdW Workforces " (2006) by Jean-Pierre Aubé is an in situ VLF installation.

Spying the TENT

Spying the Tent

In situ VLF installation VLF (Very Low Frequency) receivers silently monitor the electronic flow within the TENT. / WdW building. Aimed at CD-ROM drives, network cables, lighting fixtures or elevator control panels, the VLF receivers report back on the electromagnetic presence within the building in real time. A live generator decodes the information and broadcasts the data through four speakers and a 3-D model. Sound artist Jean-Pierre Aubé, has been exploring various electromagnetic phenomena via VLF since 2000, including sounds 'captured' live from the aurora borealis in Finland.


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