Visualizing long-lasting effects of our influence to a space, through interventions in the Barnes Building. 
In what used to be a children’s hospital, and is now an art
school, skeletal structures projected throughout the building react to the ambient
sounds in the spaces. 
To bring attention to how little people think about the spaces
they inhabit daily, the sound of people moving through the spaces is enough to cause
major change in the visuals, often starting audio feedback that shows how innocuous
actions can sometimes have long lasting effects.
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