Hardware: pentium II, micro controller, electro motors, photo censors, 35 aluminum plates, …
Software: random generator for changing speed and direction of motor movement.
Dimensions: 3.5 by 3.5 meters
The object interacts with spectators by producing random noise. A photo censor detects visitors, then, a signal is passed to the computer, which is generating speed, frequency, and activity of motors. The motors move wooden disks that are “playing” (punching, scratching, touching) on aluminium plates. The plates are polished, having the effect of mirror reflection.
The whole structure moves randomly, oscillating from really minute and silent movement to noisy, loud vibrations of the whole object.