Chromesthesia is an interactive installation that plays on synesthetic relations between sound and color. A geometric pattern on the wall is made of four colors, with each of those colors corresponding to a sound. An application was made to allow viewers to experience the sounds of these colors. As viewers move across the wall sounds play according to the color captured by the application, creating an interactive instrument using both the physical architecture and the digital application.


This project was done by IAAC students in the Master of Advanced Interaction: Matt Mondini, Agustina Palazzo, Susannah Mifsud, and Gustavo More.