White Noise

Posters and audio-responsive visuals for an experimental sound event at the Royal College of Art.
To try and capture the imaginations of experimental sound fans, an image of an imaginary musical instrument was created—a xylosynth—togive a sense of the strange things you might hear the event.

White Noise organiser, musician and artist Ronnie Deelen, imagined the kind of sounds the xylosynth might create, and created audio for the online poster.

For the event itself, audio-responsive visuals were created where the modular letters from the poster move independentally based on the incoming sound—algorithmically creating new experimental letterforms in the process.