"White Noise/White Light," an interactive sound and light installation created by MIT Professor J. Meejin Yoon for the Athens 2004 Olympics, will be presented at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from May 2-8 as part of the weeklong celebration of the inauguration of Susan Hockfield as MIT's 16th president.

Comprised of a 50' x 50' grid of fiber optics and speakers, "White Noise/White Light" is an interactive sound and light field that responds to the movement of people as they walk through it. What appears at first to be a static, neutral and transparent grid of vertical markers dissolves into a luminous sound-scape by night. As pedestrians enter into the fiber optic field their presence and movement are traced by each stalk unit, transmitting white light from LEDs and white noise from speakers below. If motion is detected, the white LED illumination grows brighter while the white noise increases in volume. Once motion is no longer detected, the light and sound fade into dimness and silence. Just as white light is made of the full spectrum of color, white noise contains every frequency within the range of hearing in equal amounts.

My Studio

Seoul Commune 2026  investigates the viability of an alternative and sustainable community structure in the overpopulated metropolises of the near future. The imagined community is intergrated within the ever-acclerating developments digital enviroment and ongoing rapid social change. Seoul Commune 2026 presents a concreate architectural and urban proposal that entirely reconfigures, and consequently develops the existing 'tower in the park" form. Seoul Commune 2026 unites towers and the park in a balanced way. It forms a complex network of private, semi-public, and public spaces.

Mass Studies

Touch or wipe a window to see something and express something when we look at moisture window. We wonder beyond window that is hidden by moisture and sometime, we draw or scribble on the window. All this kinds of experiences go into moisture window system. What you touch is what you tell, express and take. After all, we can communicate with our atmosphere by moisture window system. It is a momentary but real. When you meet the moisture window, you feel ‘touch'.

matter workshop : Kim hyung-suk & Kim hong-kiun lead matter workshop to explore from matters to spatial logics in our enviroment. matter workshop is linked to collaborate with Marc dahmen and Lukas haller who are rising a young architect in europe(Koln, Wien)

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