Hapticscapes gives form and structure to invisible forces. This participatory work invites wanderers to build, discover and play with invisible structures & superstructures. An architecture of the invisible — made of sounds & vibrations — augments the familiar realities of real cities.
Street composers place sound & haptic triggers in hyperlocal space, saving them to a persistent AR overlay on the world. Recorded sounds can be stored permanently in the space the size of a single flower. Wanderers uncover the scapes by passing devices through the invisible voids contained by the structures.
First exhibited Summer 2019 at Yale University.