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The IDE Stripped Bare

-- Getting inside the machine --

-- Sounding the heart of the CPU --

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Miss Desponias Hackspace took part in the Hobart Art walk organised by
local artist Nicole O’Loughlin. Artist were invited to install works in
shopfront windows along Elizabeth St, North Hobart. I created a speculative sound
piece for the installation “The IDE stripped bare”. Speakers were set
against the inside of the window and passers by were invited to put
their ears against the glass to listen.

The IDE stripped bare by nsmithies




Technical
exploded computer mounted on Tasmanian Oak board (running Gnu/Linux) / Home made wooden stand / danger tape / speakers / black tape