StutterSpot is a reactive light and sound installation developed while I was artist in resident at Ciant in Prague.

A computer controlled spotlight projects a cone of light when a person enters the space. It pulses and flickers based on a person’s distance to the light, vitamin emitting a crackling, watery noises as the light changes. The closer to the centre of the light, the more chaotic the sounds become. It is an experiment in making light tangible, through sound.

Here’s a video of the installation in action: