Frontear visualizes the impact of human made noises on the fragile underwater audio ecosystem. In this installation a live rendered 3D model of a swimming jellyfish is projected onto a screen. On the acoustic layer, gentle underwater sounds support the calm atmosphere.
The installation, meditative in its initial condition, is interfered by external stimulus from human made acoustic underwater pollution. This noise contamination is transformed into the visuals by disturbing digital picture errors, accompanied by the man-made, artificial sounds.
Light strings evolving from the edge of the screen into the room, like tentacles of the jellyfish, flash under the influence of the disturbing noises. The peaceful underwater ambience is interrupted and transforms the exhibition room into an space of tension.

Electroluminescent Wire, Installation, Projection Mapping, Reactive, Submarine, WebGL