Joshua Morrison/News An interactive music installation, WADE (Music for River and People), will be on display through Sept. 8 on the Kokosing River pedestrian bridge in downtown Mount Vernon. Using river data from the Kokosing, Walhonding and Muskingum rivers, the data is transformed into changing pitches and dynamics. As the depths rise and fall, the notes rise and fall and as the rivers flow faster or slower, the volumes becomes louder or softer. The installation is the creation of Mount Vernon native and MVNU graduate Aaron Hoke Doenges. A similar installation appeared in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2018. To see a video, log onto mountvernonnews.com.

Joshua Morrison/News

An interactive music installation, WADE (Music for River and People), will be on display through Sept. 8 on the Kokosing River pedestrian bridge in downtown Mount Vernon. Using river data from the Kokosing, Walhonding and Muskingum rivers, the data is transformed into changing pitches and dynamics. As the depths rise and fall, the notes rise and fall and as the rivers flow faster or slower, the volumes becomes louder or softer. The installation is the creation of Mount Vernon native and MVNU graduate Aaron Hoke Doenges. A similar installation appeared in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2018.

 

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