MATERIALITY explored sound sculpture as a medium to interface physical materials with Ableton music software via Arduino and DIY electronics. Bringing together my love of field recordings, electronics and electronic music production, I researched the sonic and conductive properties of glass and metal materials at London Sculpture Studio and the National Glass Centre resulting in new resonant sculptural instruments and new physical/digital performance system. I collaborated with researchers at the National Graphene Institute to develop a capacitive controller for Ableton and created an industrial musique concrete sample library from the processes of working with the materials. I performed with the graphene interface at Music Tech Fest Stockholm, Access Space and DINA in Sheffield and was featured on the Composer-Curator Sound and Music Podcast. Full project research blog here.