Music architecture at Erste Campus – Walking Music 7–28 June 2019 Walking Music is an interactive social music installation, which turns the Erste Campus into an instrument. Every person moving there triggers a number of sounds in real time. One person crossing the Campus creates a melody, many people create a harmony. A tracking system captures movements and triggers musical sounds over a multitude of loudspeakers. This piece of music architecture will be realised by composer Rupert Huber. He is widely known for his piano music and music installations, his electronic music project TOSCA and his collaboration with Ars Electronica. For Huber, music is communication as well as an active state of peace. His theory of composing, called dimensional music, considers physical space and unknown possibilities to create social and participatory music architecture. This installation is made possible in the framework of the 200th anniversary of the savings bank idea in Austria and in partnership with Ars Electronica Solutions.
Erste Campus Am Belvedere 1, 1100 Vienna