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Acoustic Ecology, site specific works.

Ohr am Wattenmeer / Ear to the Sea was commissioned through the University of Oldenburg, Germany, a collaboration with scientists to listen/surveil from a remote scientific monitoring the rare and delicate environment of the Wattenmeer mudflats.  We embedded a hydrophone and interactive web camera on the Mess Station just off the island of Speikeroog one of several barrier islands off the coast of North Germany. The follow movie documents the interactive web cam and underwater microphone embedded within the measuring post, which users could remotely  observe approximately 250 degrees of the landscape and also listen to sounds below the surface of the North Sea 24/7 days a week.    This was a year long project. Sea Quiver, February 2010 sonified the North Sea high winds off the coast of Germany, commissioned by an arts and ecology collective from Oldenburg, Germany, to raise attention to the Wattemmeer mudflats.  The installation was up for […]