This is a past event from Manchester Science Festival 2017.
Part of A Grand Exposition: Arcade
Part of A Grand Exposition: Sci-Art
Sonic Ensemble by Jen Haugan is an interactive sonic sculpture and performance piece that creates sound seemingly out of thin air using a combination of the Doppler effect and audio feedback. Participants are able to create a variety of interesting sounds simply by placing the provided microphone near the piece itself, and they will see how the sound is altered depending on where they position the microphone.
The piece will be open for audience interaction at supervised times during the festival. The activity is open to the general public, and people of all ages, including small children and people with disabilities, and aims to be a fun and playful way of initiating both young and older audience members to various sonic effects.
Friday 27 October & Saturday 28 October
12pm - 1pm, 2pm - 3pm and 4pm - 5pm
Sunday 29 October
12pm - 1pm and 2pm - 3pm
Drop in any time
All ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times