In your project in which light moves from one point to another according the intensity of the sound, is it possible to create a sound frequency that will prevent the light from moving? For instance, what kind of reactions would light give if we were to initiate sound from a decibel above the human capacity of hearing?  

Light’s structure of movement is entirely controlled by codes. We can design a randomness through the code we write. For example, when 20.000 Hz (ultrasonic) sound is given, we can instruct the ‘random’ command and see the reaction. Again through the code design, it is possible to stop the movement at certain ranges of frequency.

“The project is a trial on producing form through light. The movement of light on the whole system is designed to interact with sound.” This is how you described your current work; could you explain your design and this process?

Light, in this project, works through an interaction with sound. In the world of codes, the data gathered from sound is analyzed, and according to the analysis the movement of light is designed. Light

creates reactions as blinks, and according to intensity, frequency, and the wavelength of the sound. This interaction is the production structure… Codeable point light is used as the source of light. A sound design is produced, and a code is written for these sound data to transform into movement of light. Light’s movement is also planned within the code design. In a sense, sound design and code writing is a joint operation.

Could you explain the wave-particle duality theorem; and how do you utilize this theorem in your own project?

Wave-particle duality depicts light’s movement behavior’s uncertainty. The project bases itself on this point in which science stands irresolute, and suggests an extra layer to the behavior disorder.  A wave form is produced through the relationship between point light source and the lens. This way, the wave-particle duality exists on the seeable scale instead of just the micro scale, and the wave-particle relationship comes apart to its layers. Point lights turn into waves when the lens interposes. Behaviors are transformed into one another.


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