Watershed supports Timothy X Atack and MrUnderwood collectively named Geiger-Müller Sound System, to develop a narrative soundscape played through small interactive devices secreted in the urban environment.
At first the Flying Skirt hangs limp from the ceiling, until is switched on, where upon it rotates and the skirt opens out, spinning like a dancer’s. Whilst spinning its shape can be manipulated by touch, but does it have potential to become a playful public experience?
The object of money is fast becoming immaterial as digital representations of currency replace coins, cash and credit cards. Yet trading relies on trust. So how do we trust what we cannot tangibly experience, what we can no longer touch, see, smell or hear?