Installation in "Boston Cyberarts Festival," Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA. With Bettina Bloc, Olivia Robinson, and Amy Scarfone.

Knock-Knock is an interactive installation evoking contemporary communications networks using cardboard and copper wire. This collaborative project is a network of suspended cardboard boxes, linked by contact microphones and drivers, transmitting sound across the box network through the cardboard filters. The contact microphones are precisely tuned so that tapped messages can travel short distances along the network or cycle around the ring, depending on the strength of the tap.

Learn more about Knock-Knock on the project web page.

Attendees interact with Knock-Knock at the Boston Cyberarts Festival Close-up view of a Knock-Knock box More attendees interact with Knock-Knock View of Knock-Knock from behind View of Knock-Knock from right