The work features 18 bionets, made of thousands of knotted black polyester cords and fishing lines, entangled to create bacteria-like forms. Each module is anchored to the floor, ceiling and walls of the room, like a giant spider-web in which visitors are invited to wander and interact with the work by touching the cords to create sounds, as if they were playing an instrument.
Floor-anchored strings have custom-made microphones that record the vibrations produced by visitors when touching the ropes. The vibrations prompt the computer software that assigns a tone, as a result amplifying the vibrating string in a sound signal traversing the space. Touching different strings will produce different tones and sounds, turning the net into a musical instrument.
An alternative installation configuration includes shakers and subwoofers. Hidden under a false floor, they create vibrations when visitors touch the ropes, adding a physical sensation to this sonic experience.