This project, which was featured for three days in the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center’s Studio 1 black box studio, was the culmination of months of design iteration and physical production. The design emerged from a number of varied proposals, which were mixed and reworked over time by a team of students in collaboration with sound artist Francisco Lopez with the aim of creating a unique sonic environment to perform within. The result was a 32-channel audio/visual installation composed of a field of 100 individual hanging panels, each suspended at various heights and orientations within a 40 foot high 3,500 square foot space. Each panel was lit by a series of five LED lights, which provided the installation’s only illumination. Of the 100 panels, 32 contained small built in speakers at either end of the ten foot panel, creating a field of individual sound points scattered throughout the space. This project included the design, production, and installation of every component.