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Brief Published: 24 Nov 2011

Harmonic Convergence, Miami International Airport


American sound and architecture specialist Christopher Janney has designed Harmonic Convergence – an interactive sound, light and colour installation that has recently opened in Miami International Airport, Florida.

Using sounds of nature recorded in south Florida, the walkway installation tracks the movement of visitors within the space, and adjusts the intensity of the soundtrack accordingly. Panelled in coloured glass, one wall of the walkway provides a cascade of colour that progresses through the spectrum. Not wanting the installation to become ineffective at night, Janney has installed computer-controlled LED lights that allow this effect to continue after dark.

Christopher Janney