Interactive Soundscape, 2008


"The Interactive Soundscape" sound and light installation in collaboration with Randi Grov Berger for the Arlanda airport.


The Interactive Soundscape is an installation created for a 200 m long corridor at Arlanda airport connecting two piers. The installations contains of 25 allready existing speekers, light threads on the floor and the sound of various persons walking. When a person passes a sensor in the installation the light thread lights up under them and the sound starts to move from speaker to speaker in the ceiling above.

By making the passengers in the corridor interact with the piece by triggering the light and sound system that follows them we wanted to create thoughts and self-awareness about them self in the otherwise unpersonal and the "non- place" airport.



Prototype at Konstfack, 2008