Spontaneous Random People‘s Choir was a temporary sound installation during the opening day of the European Solidarity Center in Gdansk (PL).

Six microphones were distributed in the main hall of the building. The microphones were each connected to one URBAN AUDIO instrument with which the ambient noise was transformed to a musical sound scape.

The musical transformation of the ambient noise was audible on 200 wireless headphones.

The visitors could listen live to the musical translation of the noise they themselves were causing.

As spontaneous micro-collaboration, Hauschka (piano) incorporated the live sounds to his concert which took place in the evening of the opening day.

Spontaneous Random People‘s Choir    2014

interactive sound installation