Connective Resonance connects the body to the built environment, exploring the resonance of London clay. On interaction, a series of clay resonators modulate sound within a space.
We took London as a site and used the material that built this city (London clay) to create interactive resonators that allow people can physically and emotionally resonate with different sounds made by architectural material.
When viewers place their hands under the vessels, the vessels descend to the level of the viewer's ears. Simultaneously, the lighting within the vessels stops breathing and turns a steady blue colour. The sound that is recorded from architectural material will tune into one frequency and resonate with vessels, which aim to forge a multisensory connection between the viewer and the architectural space.