Serpentine Augmented Architecture — The Deep Listener by Danish artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen

Jakob Kudsk Steensen, The Deep Listener, 2019. AR Visualisation. Courtesy the artist.

Now you can see and hear five of London’s species: London plane trees, bats, parakeets, azure blue damselfies and reedbeds online through The Deep Listener (2019) — a audio-visual ecological expedition through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, by Danish artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen.

“Designed as an augmented reality and spatial audio work downloadable as an app for mobile devices, it is both a site specific public artwork and a digital archive of these species, using tools and platforms from a range of fields including video games, computer generated images and film. Inspired by ecological science-fiction and scientific research, Jakob Kudsk Steensen creates a form of ‘slow media’ that uses the technological to foster attention rather than distraction.” — Read and see more online through the link below:

Via Serpentine Gallery, London
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