Next Wednesday the 29th February I will be doing a one off performance with Michael Ormiston the Mongolian Khöömii singer, that makes full use of a unique 77 speaker soundwall in the London Science Museum. The wall belongs to the public perception laboratory Lottolab and I have been working there on a set of real-time processes that extend my Exploded Sound research. In the performance, the extraordinary sounds of Michael’s Mongolian overtones will be exploded into 77 separate pure sine waves each emanating from a single loudspeaker, forming a complex composition of dissected and reassembled voice. All sounds will be generated live and derived from Michael’s performance. The show is part of the Science Museum Lates and will be on the first floor, opposite the Cosmos and Culture Gallery from 8pm sharp for about 20 minutes so catch it if you can!