Human-Harp is a clip-on sound interface for suspension bridges that enables pedestrians to “play the bridge” like a musical instrument. The project first imagined by artist Di Mainstone during a walk along New York’s Brooklyn Bridge.   Have a look at the video…

This high profile, mass participation, immersive art installation will tour internationally across a range of suspension bridges, engaging audiences in a story of sound and motion through cutting-edge technology.

“Our dream is to close the tour where our vision first began – on the Brooklyn Bridge in celebration of its reopening after extensive renovations.”
Human Harp is supported by Queen Mary University of London and funded by EPSRC

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