“Light House” by SOFTlab was an installation at Sonos Studio made of Sonos speakers and 600 fluorescent lights that pulsed and rippled in response to music, representing how sound fills a space. Different speakers, frequencies and beats-per-minute elicited different light patterns. The piece also functioned as a responsive “bandshell” for live performances, including Washed Out, Bleached, and Crystal Method. During this exhibition, The Black Lips documentary “Kids Like You and Me” premiered at the Sonos Studio, as well as live Q&As and performances to release albums by The Lonely Island, Soko, and Pretty Lights, and a beatmaking workshop with Da Internz.
"Sight and hearing are two senses we use to define space. This is why music builds a home more than the sum of its bricks."