Interactive sculpture made with the Touch Board

Making decisions about which sounds and visuals to utilise is always complex, especially as he always tries to match the sounds and visuals in some way. This gives a sense of symmetry but also allows users to gain understanding and knowledge.

The design process is a matter of balance, producing elements, taking time to consider things, leaving sections to concentrate on other areas of the designs, then comparing and looking at the overall image in relation to each part. Often getting external eyes and ears on it is important to get differing perspectives.

Images & Video: Graham Elstone

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