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Root Node
Interactive installation by Nathan Guo combines tech and nature metaphors exploring communication processes of material forms.
With a “plant” made up of conductive wire and remote control handsets, the user will hear electronic signals from a helmet when watering it - video embedded below:


Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light.
Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science.


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Root Node
Interactive installation by Nathan Guo combines tech and nature metaphors exploring communication processes of material forms.
With a “plant” made up of conductive wire and remote control handsets, the user will hear electronic signals from a helmet when watering it - video embedded below:


Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light.
Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science.


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prostheticknowledge:

Root Node
Interactive installation by Nathan Guo combines tech and nature metaphors exploring communication processes of material forms.
With a “plant” made up of conductive wire and remote control handsets, the user will hear electronic signals from a helmet when watering it - video embedded below:


Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light.
Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science.


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prostheticknowledge:

Root Node
Interactive installation by Nathan Guo combines tech and nature metaphors exploring communication processes of material forms.
With a “plant” made up of conductive wire and remote control handsets, the user will hear electronic signals from a helmet when watering it - video embedded below:


Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light.
Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science.


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prostheticknowledge:

Root Node
Interactive installation by Nathan Guo combines tech and nature metaphors exploring communication processes of material forms.
With a “plant” made up of conductive wire and remote control handsets, the user will hear electronic signals from a helmet when watering it - video embedded below:


Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light.
Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science.


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prostheticknowledge:

Root Node

Interactive installation by Nathan Guo combines tech and nature metaphors exploring communication processes of material forms.

With a “plant” made up of conductive wire and remote control handsets, the user will hear electronic signals from a helmet when watering it - video embedded below:

Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light.

Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science.

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