Sonic Responders Garden consists of CELPR3VLO models 3D printed in a plant based biocomposite for collaboration to facilitate and encourage connectivity and explore sustainable sculptural solutions to provide performance space for sonic responders, listening and interaction.
The CELPR series can be reconfigured to stack and form a room divider for social distancing or wall relief for storage and display. The models will incorporate garden, solar panels and can include a collaboration with artists including A.Y. Young, Battery Tour for solar power design and performance of Save the Planet.
The sculptures will incorporate plants and solar batteries as a power source for making and responding to digital and live audio visual media.
The CELPR series addresses the solution of autonomous plant based design for urban space to facilitate and encourage adaptive spatial fluidity, body movement and creative activity.
The series is related to the CELP project for an elevated garden path sculpture that functions as a performance and event space much like an infinite hybrid union of the Shed and the High Line.
The CELPR series would coexist in the CELP project and the Shed much like futuristic bird like creatures materializing from nest like particles.
The project evolved as an installation in close proximity to the Shed and the project envisions a synergistic audio visual conversation with the arts, music, performance, design, technology and plant based community as well as urban dwellers and active responders.