Interference 53°N,42°E (V1.0) is an interactive and immersive installation by media artist and designer Sandipan Nath.The project uses the metaphor of ship traffic near the shores of Texel, Netherlands to critically investigate the effects of anthropogenic underwater noise pollution. The coordinates in the name is the exact location where these underwater noises were recorded over the course of two years starting January 2018 as part of the ongoing Joint Monitoring Programme for Ambient Noise in the North Sea (JOMOPANS) project. Noise recordings provided by : Rijkswaterstraat and WaterProofBV
I collaborated in the project to develop the visual code adapted to the movement data of visitors.
Design Research, Concept and multimedia development : Sandipan Nath
Custom Software/Interfaces and Technical Architecture : German Greiner
Sound Composition: Daan Westerheide
Visual Programming: Dimitri Thouzery
Architect, Sculpture Design, Production: Nikzad Arabshahi
Curation and visual Identity: Gokul Nair