Robbie Lynn Hunsinger brings her custom coded robotics, hacked game controllers and interactive artworks to the Fine Arts Gallery at UT Martin for “Visible Sounds,” a one woman show opening January 31st, 2017.
Prepare to create your own artwork with “Visible Sounds” at UT Martin. Hunsinger has set the stage but it is up to you to grab the Wii Remotes and create the beautiful geometric drawings of “ConCentrix.” A single mic stands in front of a black monitor inviting your participation with “FireMic” where you control animation with sound, and her new iteration of the “Arduino Drummer” series uses a floor tom and responds to your movements with flourishes, taps, and now with bright sound responsive colors.
Robotic Floor Tom with responsive sound and colored light
Visible Sounds, Interactive Installations
opens January 31 at 5 PM and runs through Feb 11
The University of Tennessee at Martin Fine Arts Building Gallery
16 Mount Pelia Road, Martin, Tennessee 38238
Another great article just out about the show – this one from Tommy Dawson at WMC Action News 5. Thank you very much for your support!
Interactive art exhibit opens at UT Martin
Many thanks to the Jackson Sun for their enthusiastic article about this show!