The following describes a research project‑in‑progress based on the idea to use curatorial practice as methodology for investigating responsive sound interfaces. Sound art is a transdisciplinary practice. As such, it creates new domains that may be used for redesign‑purposes. Not only do experiences of sound alter; the way we listen to sound is transforming as well. This paper analyse and discuss two responsive sound interfaces and claim that transdisciplinarity generates a redesign of the way we listen to and use sound.
- Morten Søndergaard, Aalborg University Copenhagen, DK