8-bit proof that rhythm is a basic unit of communication.
There are two drums in a space, but they make no noise. Instead, they register the action of festival-goers hitting their skins through simple projected animations.
In DUET, Daniel MacPherson poses the question: If we swap sound for light, can we still communicate as strangers pass in the night?
MacPherson has a Bachelor of Music from Wilfred Laurier University with a specialization in composition. DUET is his debut art installation, melding together his passions for percussion and video.
Inside the empty store space between TWH Social’s entrance & Worth A Second Look Books.
Saturday November 4th @ 7pm