Hemodynamic Disco

Art Practice

Project Overview

Hemodynamic Disco allows users to resonate via cardiological rhythms, bypassing cognition and bias to create moments of synchronicity, utilising noise to imagine mindful digital public spaces.

The work investigates empathy and openness in digital public space, producing resonances through visual, sonic and haptic outputs to create an immersive communal experience.

Each user wears a finger pulse monitor corresponding to a red, green or blue mark on screen, a component of a digital image. These chaotic marks are displayed over lidar scanned textures of the installation’s location, images caught between the physical and the digital.

When resonance occurs, the signals turn to white light and produce an audible note, which over time builds into a harmonious sonic structure amplifying this resonance.