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by David Webber

The AO2000 is a musical robot made up of various mundane objects and old computers to form an interactive sound machine. It uses audience location information to inform the automation sequence, making the music ever changing. This automation orchestra embraces the noise of our mechanized world and turns these mundane abject objects into instruments. Audience participation is key in creating a dynamic soundscape.

In 1977, David Webber was born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. He grew up outside Philadelphia and went off to college at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. While working in many media, his studies focused in on the electronic arts and interactive multimedia installations. In the winter of 2000 David went on to co-found the Berwick Research Institute, which is now a 501c3 nonprofit arts space in Dudley Sq., Massachusetts. While producing events and exhibitions he has been committed to showing sound art and new experimental music. David Webber is currently living and working in Boston.

thanks and credits:

Official Sponsor: Berwick Research Institute


David Webber
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