|installations and interventions
||aural codes / rewiring of reality
a network based interactive radio installation
aural codes rewires computer networks to am-radio. data streams at arbitrarily selected points of computer networks in the region are interpreted as digital representations of sound. they serve as sound-sources and process-controls. the sound sources are fed into a dsp-blackbox controlled by the process-controls. additionally interactive gateways are spread over the local area (serial-sockets on street corners, etc.). thus a hybrid network of possibilities of influences is set up. the resulting stream of sonic events is modulated onto a carrier-frequency and broadcast via radio as a noiseband hidden between all the other noises in the am-range. every sonic event is information and via the mediator energy-exchange, all information can become a sonic event.
aural codes is a hearing aid, a hearing aid for listening in its widest sense. something that originally cannot be heard is transposed into something that – without technical equipment – cannot be heard.
receiver for the remote control data on the roof of hoxton hall (london/gb).
remote control data transmitter on the roof of hoxton hall (london/gb).
remote data transmitter on the foundry’s roof close by …
… the engineer.
aural codes was funded by the arts council of england.
further information on aural codes under www.aural-codes.com.