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The AudioVisual Garden is an installation work by Anthony Lyons and Paul Fletcher commissioned for Conflux Bendigo. It can be experienced at the Capital Theatre, Bendigo across the 9th-10th September as part of Conflux Bendigo.
The AudioVisual Garden is a large sound and light installation that translates the energy from plants and people into images and sounds in a quest to discover hidden forms of communication or fields of influence between plants and people.
A collection of 50 indoor plants are wired up via sensors and signal translators to generate and manipulate sound and visuals. These interact with pre-made sounds, visuals and parameters set up by composer Anthony Lyons and visual artist Paul Fletcher.
The result is an installation that’s continually influenced by plants and their bio-feedback signals generating beautiful evolving patterns and shapes of light and sound.