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Interference 53°N,42°E

A unique culmination of polyrhythmic marine bioacoustics and human generated noisescape in the Sea

Interactive A/V Installation

Interference 53°N,42°E is a research project dealing with human generated underwater noise pollution in the North Sea. With three different iterations (v1.0, v2.0 and v3.0), it focuses on different multimedia and multisensory ways to represent and experience the chaotic underwater sonic environment.

v1.0 uses the metaphor of ship traffic to gain an understanding of the formation of the sonic environment. The work focuses on shipping noise in particular which directly overlaps the frequency band of acoustic communication signals used by many marine an

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About Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague | Class of 2020

Sandipan Nath is a media artist and industrial designer with an active interest in interdisciplinary work that links philosophical analysis with other relevant disciplines and societal challenges. He is passionate about the idea of ​​"immersion" in media and fascinated by the imagery and movements that can be derived from data.

His research focuses on explorations of alternative ecologies and decentralization of the human subject at the center of all universal understanding.

v1.0- 4 CH AUDIO | 2 CH HD DISPLAY | MOVEMENT DATA

v1.0 - CUSTOM TRACKING SOFTWARE | PI-CAMERA NOIR

v2.0 - 8 CH AMBISONIC AUDIO | 3 CH HD DISPLAY

v3.0 - INSTALLATION CONCEPT | LIVE AIS DATASET

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