Seed Rotations is an interactive audio installation created when one or more individuals drop seeds and beans into amplified cooking bowls. The public creates an original soundscape of percussive sounds varying in pitch and tonality in tandem with an ongoing soundscape of guitar chords and kitchen noise. Using cooking vessels, the public creates a bevy of intriguing and unexpected sounds which arise from the act of seeds striking the inside of a pot.
Official Website: http://www.naisa.ca/soundplay/installations.html#in3
Added by NAISA on September 30, 2010