"Roots" is an installation recently exhibited in the Botanic Gardens of Glasgow. As part of the Glasgow Science Festival Sonia Killmann cerated an installation inspired by the communication of plants through electrical signals. The music jerks the imagination and mimics what the sound of plants communicating and conversing might be; of course there is no way of actually deciphering the infinite wisdom of their roots.
Single Journey is an installation that took place in an old subway carriage at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow (Explorathon 2019). Listeners would experience ambient music outside the carriage, while the inside of the carriage featured a long modern-day field recording of a Glasgow Subway journey. Both tracks would then merge into an immersive underground soundscape.
Created in Max/MSP, this installation is a never-ending loop of sounds and visuals that never repeat in the same way again. As the randomised field recordings feed into a particle system, which creates a signal that then feeds back into itself. By doing so, the visuals and field recordings create an endless immersive experience, which can be joined and left and any moment in time. This Installation took place at Sound Thought: Signal in February 2019.