Monthly Archives: June 2009


Terrarium is an interactive, sonic ecosystem whose source of energy comes from the sounds people make interacting with the work. The sounds of the participants voices come into the world via the sound vents. These sounds are too raw for the environment so they are sucked in by the Seed Spitters who process the sounds to more manageable particles which are then expelled into the environment. These processed sound particles help spawn and sustain life within the ecosystem, providing food for the fish in the water and creating frequency sensitive plants on the land. The voice also triggers changes to the Pattern Bush who adapts the shapes of its leaves to the sounds it hears.


By Emily Gobeille and Theodore Watson for Biome show.

this photostat limn isn’t consorting a eucomium eulogy, rather a reflective aversion of cagey isn’t’its?

epitome, epito’me? no talking loud if you ain’t saying nothing? go typify replicate deify, pandering emotialattes via $0.05 or less.

ennobling parody, shady, lady. apotheosizing lissome pedastels, live’some, have’some, be’some…buddy.