oto (sound in Japanese) combines the senses of proprioception and synaesthesia.
oto allows the player to understand and trust themselves using sound and awareness of body position.
This design presents the idea of listening rather than hearing, where sound becomes a visible memory, followed and physically drawn onto paper.
Encouraging the player to listen to movement, oto aims to sharpen the imagination through experience.
Using one sheet of paper with multiple players at once, this piece becomes a gradually emerging collaborative artwork.
Collaboration with Taeyoung Choi IED RCA for Open Senses 2017 London, UK.