Conducting Senses


Conducting Senses is an audiovisual experience that makes possible for audiences to interact with large projection mapping in city landscapes.

Two leap motion sensors are controlled by four participants. Each one controls both visual and sound elements. The sensors enable the capture of a wide range of the user’s hands movements, emulating the gestures of a conductor in front of an orchestra and giving a 3D spatial feel to the experience, involving the participants and audience in an immersive sensorial environment.

The visual and sonic elements were thought to enhance perception and explore in different ways the interaction between sound and light, people and architecture, using the site as a multidimensional canvas that reactivate these urban landscapes.

The result is an audiovisual piece that will be performed differently every time, re-signifying urban spaces and engaging public into making a large scale public art piece.



Interactive projection and soundscape, Friday August 21,2015 10 pm – 12 pm at Merihaka carpet pier, Sörnäisten rantatie 19.

Conducting Senses is realized by Andre Vicentini & Fernando Visockis.

Fernando Visockis is a multimedia artist with vast interests in music composition [electronic and acoustic], audiovisual installations, digital media and sound art. Brazilian from Sao Paulo, currently doing his MA in New Media at Aalto University, Fernando has been developing audiovisual projects since 2008. Also works as a composer of soundtracks/sound design for web, tv and films and as an audiovisual designer for multimedia and interactive environments. With works shown in Brazil, Spain, Germany, Finland, Palestine, India, South Korea, Hong Kong, United Kingdom among others. Is founder-member of the partnership named PirarucuDuo and the experimental music group Basavizi. His music work is released by the Russian label Kotä Records.

Andre Vicentini is a visual artist with a background in film direction. Italo Brazilian Andre has been living and working in cities like Sao Paulo, Barcelona, Milan, Toronto, Copenhagen and now based in Helsinki doing his MA in New Media at Aalto University. Lately he has focused his audiovisual works on themes of urbanism and media architecture and on empowering citizens and society with the use of technology and art.

Thanks to: Johanna Eveliina, Half Scheidl