Khrônos

Khrônos, God Of Time (2010)

Khrônos is a visual and sound installation that brings the unique acoustic vibrations of the invented instrument Tu-Yo Afrika into relation with its digital and virtual representation.

The Floating Project (2010)

The Floating Project (2010)

The Floating Project is a visual installation featuring a huge luminescent latex volume that was exhibited during the first Art Souterrain event in Montreal’s underground city.

Psukhô

Psukhô (2008)

Psukhô, a Greek word that means “breath, life and soul” is a visual and sound installation featuring the invented wind instruments Tu-Yos.

Kyokkoufu (2007)

Kyokkoufu (2007)

Winds of the Polar Lights or Lights from the Polar Winds
Commissioned by the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea (Galicia, Spain), Kyokkoufu is a visual and sound installation featuring the FlyingCan, a new invented musical instruments.

Seaquakes (2004)

Seaquakes (2004)

Seaquakes is an outdoor sound installation meant to be presented near locations exposed to strong winds, made from six large metal sheets that are brought to life by an audio signal sent through them and vibrating in sympathy with the wind.